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       Driving without insurance...

In modern living, things get forgotten and clients are often brought  before the court for failing to have in force a valid policy of insurance.  The courts take a dim view of drivers failing to insure their vehicles with mandatory minimum of 6 penalty points or disqualification.  The police will usually run a check on a vehicle and/or request a driver to provide evidence of insurance.  The burden is on the driver to show they had a policy of insurance in force or face the above penalty and up to £5000 fine. However, the reality is often not that simple and Marcus Croskell, an experienced Suffolk road traffic lawyer, can assist in preparing your defence to either demonstrate you did have insurance or alternatively, you had in some way been misled into believing you were insured by another.  He can be contacted for an initial FREE legal enquiry by EMAIL HERE or on 0843 886 2603 quoting reference: marcuscroskell.com.

       I thought I had insurance on my vehicle...

If you honestly believed that you had a policy of insurance in force for the vehicle, you may be able to argue that you have a ‘special reason’ for not being penalised.  Although technically you are guilty of not having insurance, if you have been misled in some way.  Clients have often complained that in a time when many organise their insurance online, they are led to believe they are insured when either the system has failed or the insurance company revokes the policy without notifying the policy holder.  Marcus Croskell has had a very high success rate in persuading the court to accept those that have been genuinely duped by the complex system run by the insurance companies.  For further discussion on this point consider the news article on the issue HERE.

       How you can save your licence...

As one of the best road traffic lawyers in the East Anglia region, Marcus Croskell can help you carefully prepare your application to persuade the court to not give you a driving ban or penalty points.  This will include advising on who you can approach to be witnesses and he can assist drafting letters to elusive online insurers.  All this is done with a view to the goal of presenting your case in the best way to the court.  This applies whether you wish to have a full trial or on sentence, want to put forward the best account to avoid a ban or reduce the amount of penalty points.

If you are accused of driving without insurance and would like some advice and assistance from a specialist road traffic lawyer, please contact motoring lawyer Marcus Croskell for a FREE initial legal enquiry on 0843 886 2603 or contact us online here.  Please use the reference: marcuscroskell.com.