Hadi Law

DANGEROUS DRIVING

Providing honest and affordable advice, representation, and legal services to clients nationwide.

Dangerous driving is a grave motor vehicle offence; you could go to prison if you are convicted. Hadi Law Solicitors have over 30 years of experience defending dangerous driving cases and a 95% success rate when advising and representing clients on motoring offences charges.

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“I obtained help from this firm for my first (and last) court case. They quickly replied to my query about their services and laid my options out clearly for me. I am very happy with the results of their services, and if another person has any issues with motoring-related offences, then I recommend them.”

As a team, we are committed to being honest with our clients regarding the likely outcome of their case. The stakes are high in dangerous driving matters, and our Solicitors will work tenaciously to defend you, including providing police station representation and pre-charge advice. We always keep going until we achieve the best outcome possible for our clients and provide support and reassurance throughout the entire legal process.

Also, if a vehicle is found to have defective tyres, steering or brakes, these can be considered dangerous. If a vehicle is also overloading, carrying too many passengers or has an excessive load for example, you could be at risk of penalty points. These would be considered dangerous vehicle penalties as opposed to dangerous driving.

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Please call us for an initial consultation on 01772 447000 or request a call back.

What is dangerous driving causing death?

Dangerous driving is driving that risks the safety of other road users. Section 2 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 defines it as "driving [that] falls far below the standard expected of a competent and careful driver and it would be obvious that driving in that way would be dangerous".

The Act also states that “dangerous” means “danger either of injury to any person or of serious damage to property”.

Examples of dangerous driving include:

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Our Solicitors have extensive experience in defending dangerous driving cases and have a robust track record of reducing the charge to careless driving, which carries a lighter penalty.

What is dangerous driving causing death?

The Road Traffic Act 1988 states that the following must be established in cases of dangerous driving causing death:

Will I go to prison if I am convicted of dangerous driving?

Dangerous driving causing death can lead to a custodial sentence of up to 14 years. If you are convicted of dangerous driving, you could go to prison for up to two years and/or receive an unlimited fine. The Court must disqualify you from driving for at least one year for both offences.

Hadi Law Solicitors have helped thousands of clients across England and Wales who have been charged with dangerous driving. Everyone on our team is committed to providing honest and affordable advice, representation, and legal services. We care about achieving the desired results and are here for you when it matters most

“Hadi Law has been excellent for me I contacted Hadi Law 2 days before my court hearing for a motor offence, and from the very start, they were detailed in explaining how they could help and what the next few days would look like for me. They not only filled me with confidence when going into my hearing, they also kept in contact throughout the whole process.

I want to say a big thank you to Katie Taylor, who was my case worker as she was excellent and I also want to say a massive thank you to James Findon, who was my assigned barrister on the day. James was great on the day of my hearing. I highly recommend Hadi Law for any motor cases.”

For further information speak to us on  01772 447000 or reach out to us on our seven day a week WhatsApp helpline  07869760533.

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