Driving Offence Solicitors Milton Keynes
Specialist lawyers covering Milton Keynes and surrounding areas.
If you are facing a Driving Offence Prosecution at Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court or have received a Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) or a Court Summons for an alleged motoring offence committed in Milton Keynes, it’s crucial that you receive expert legal advice as soon as possible. Our Specialist Motoring Lawyers offer 10 minutes Free Telephone Advice if you are facing a motoring prosecution. If you would like to speak with one of our Experienced Motoring Offence Solicitors, please call 0345 222 9955 or alternatively complete our Contact Form at the bottom of this page and one of our lawyers will call you back.
Motoring Lawyers Milton Keynes
Our Solicitors and Barristers frequently represent motorists and commercial clients for the full range of motoring offences, from Causing Death by Dangerous Driving through to less serious driving offences such as Speeding, Using a Mobile Phone Whilst Driving, Totting-Up, Drink Driving and Failing to Furnish Driver Information.
As an industry leading National Driving Offence Law Firm with an office in Milton Keynes we are frequently instructed by drivers and Transport Companies to represent clients before Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court. If you are being prosecuted for an alleged motoring offence committed in Milton Keynes, Bletchley, Leighton Buzzard, Buckingham, Bedford or other surrounding areas, then we can help you.
Five Star Rated Law Firm
As a high-end law firm with a strong focus on Driving Offences, we are recognised as one of the Best Motoring Law Firms around. You can view reviews from our clients on Trustpilot, Yell and Google Reviews.
Why Choose Kang & Co Solicitors?
A Personal Service
Litigation or instructing a lawyer can be a distressing and tough time, for most people. At Kang & Co Solicitors we understand that clients instruct lawyers to act on their behalf because they need expert legal help and assistance. As a firm that prides itself on quality, we strive to provide a personal service to each client.
Frequently businesses treat clients / customers as a number and do not take the time to understand the specifics needs and concerns of each client, because those businesses may not have a desire to provide a personal service to their clients.
A lawyer (solicitor or barrister) is an adviser and the client an individual with specific needs and requirements, at Kang & Co Solicitors we understand that all our clients are different and have different requirements. We don’t adopt a ‘one size fits all approach’ we treat each client individually and take time to understand our clients on a personal basis.
It takes time to build a healthy lawyer / client relationship and this re-assures our clients that we understand their specific needs and concerns.
Our lawyers are trained not to treat clients ‘as a number’ and to understand that litigation can be a challenging time for the client, this therefore requires empathy and understanding from our lawyers.
If you decide to instruct Kang & Co Solicitors, you will be safe in the knowledge that you will receive a personal service from all our lawyers.
Clear Legal Fees
We pride ourselves on being open and transparent with our clients regarding the likely legal fees if we are instructed on a case.
Our solicitor and barristers have an hourly charge out rate of £250+VAT, however we also offer legal advice and representation on a ‘fixed fee’ basis. This involves an estimation as to the likely amount of time required to conclude a case and a fixed fee is then agreed between the lawyer and client.
The advantage to a client on instructing us on a fixed fee is that the client is fully aware of the legal costs and are safe in the knowledge that our legal fees are capped at each stage.
The fixed fee will usually include our travelling time (if appropriate), our waiting time (if appropriate), our travel costs (railway faire) and any unforeseen additional work. Offering our clients, the option to instruct us on a fixed fee provides our clients with real value for money and peace of mind.
As a firm committed to providing high-end quality legal services to all our clients, we guarantee that all our lawyers are highly experienced and qualified Solicitors or Barristers, with a wealth of academic and practical experience.
Legal services are a bespoke product which should be tailored to individual circumstances and heavily depend upon the training, knowledge, experience and skill of the lawyer working on the case. These qualities ultimately have a significant impact upon how the case develops and the eventual outcome of a case.
We understand that clients instructing us to act on their behalf have come to us because they expect the best, as the consequences of an unsuccessful outcome can be long-lasting and extremely costly in terms of their reputation and financial circumstances. It is for this very reason we only have highly experienced and qualified solicitors or barristers working on behalf of our clients, as this significantly increases the prospect of achieving a successful result for our clients.
We guarantee that if you instruct us to represent you or your business, your case will not be handled by an unqualified lawyer. This forms part of our client service promise.
Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP): Milton Keynes
The purpose of the notice of intended prosecution (NIP) is to inform a potential defendant that they may be prosecuted for an offence they are believed to have committed.
When you receive an NIP, it does not automatically mean that you are going to face prosecution, it is a warning that you may face a prosecution.
The NIP must be served on the driver or registered keeper within 14 days of the offence otherwise the offence cannot proceed at court. If the details of the driver are not known, then it is sent to the registered keeper. In either case, so long as it arrives at the relevant address within the time limit the notice is valid.
If the registered keeper has changed address/not informed DVLA etc., if the NIP arrived at the address on record for the registered keeper within 14 days, it is still valid. The registered keeper then has an obligation to identify the driver.
The driver, may then receive further paperwork in due course, but that is not to be confused with the document that is legally required to be sent within the 14 days.
NIPs can also be issued verbally to the driver at the time of the offence or alternatively you could receive a court summons through the post for the alleged offence within the 14 days.
Solicitors for Speeding Offence in Milton Keynes
If you are facing a prosecution for a speeding offence and it is dealt with by way of a Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN), the penalty will be a £100.00 fine and an endorsement of 3 penalty points upon your driving licence.
If a Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN) is not suitable and you are being prosecuted for a speeding offence committed in or around Milton Keynes, you will be prosecuted before Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court, the penalty for speeding is a maximum fine of £1000.00 (the maximum is £2,500.00 if the speeding occurred on a motorway) and the endorsement of between 3 and 6 penalty points or a Driving Ban.
Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court
The address for the Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court is as follows:
Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court, 301 Silbury Boulevard, Witan Gate East, Central Milton Keynes, MK9 2AJ
Do You Require A Motoring Offence Solicitor?Kang & Co Solicitors truly specialist solicitors and barristers are experts at defending clients who have been charged with a driving offence or are facing potential punishment.
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Milton Keynes Office
Kang & Co Solicitors
494 Midsummer Boulevard
Monday: 09:00 – 17:00
Tuesday: 09:00 – 17:00
Wednesday: 09:00 – 17:00
Thursday: 09:00 – 17:00
Friday: 09:00 – 17:00
Bank Holidays: Closed
- Careless Driving
- Death by Dangerous Driving
- Death by Careless Driving
- Dangerous Driving
- Drink Driving
- Driving Ban
- Driving Licence Revoked on Medical Grounds
- Drug Driving
- Driving Without Due Care and Attention
- Driving Without Insurance
- Exceptional Hardship Applications
- Failing to Provide Driver Information
- Failing to Provide a Specimen for Analyse
- Failing to Stop and Report a Road Accident
- New Driver Revocation
- Police Station Interview
- Running A Red Light
- Sentencing Hearings
- Special Reasons Hearings
- Using a Mobile Phone Whilst Driving
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