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Defending Allegations of Driving Uninsured

Defending Allegations of Driving Uninsured

Our motoring offences experts have years of experience defending clients in court for allegations of driving without insurance. We will ensure that the exact terms and conditions of your policy are checked to verify whether you have a defence.

Mistakes can be made by the Police and Crown Prosecution Service in asserting that you had driven without insurance. Communication and correspondence with any insurer can be essential in this regard.

#1 Motoring Solicitors also have experience in defending drivers under Trade policies of insurance and we are often instructed by the trader to defend no insurance proceedings in Court. Where an employee understood that he would be covered under the terms of the insurance policy when driving a vehicle during the course of his employment, a statutory defence applies. This can be raised where an employee is accused of driving without insurance.

Our specialist lawyers have further successfully argued against the imposition of a disqualification from driving even where a client is convicted of driving without insurance. We have argued Special Reasons not to disqualify clients where a motor vehicle has been used without insurance but circumstances dictate that the driver was given an assurance that car insurance was in place.

Moreover, we have brought legal argument to prove that clients were not using a road or public place and therefore did not require insurance.

Driving Without Insurance Penalties for Driving Uninsured

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Jon Wilkins

Jonathan Wilkins

Head of #1 Motoring Solicitors Jon Wilkins has nearly two decades of experience defending drivers for motoring offences.


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