What a Speeding Solicitor Can Do for You

No one likes to get speeding tickets. They are annoying. They are time consuming. They hurt your wallet when you have to pay the fine and if/when you have to pay increased insurance premiums. And you’ve heard that they can be beaten. And a Google search of how to beat a speeding ticket returns millions of results. So how is it done? Bottom line, most people get a professional speeding solicitor to help them out.

Having a good speeding solicitor on your side to fight your speeding ticket can make a huge difference in the outcome of your case, which usually ends up being a dismissal or a finding that the violation wasn’t committed. So, how do they do it? Short answer: they lawyer up just like the guys who are doing multimillion dollar litigation and murder trials.

Most speeding ticket solicitors that I know work a case from top to bottom examining the following three topics: (1) procedural violations; (2) radar maintenance and requirement violations; and (3) substantive violations.

Each presents its own opportunities for dismissal or finding of non-committed. And the reason they are done in this order is that the violations in the first category are easier to find and completely destroy the legitimacy of the ticket. When you get into category three, one starts to get into more of a gray area that may or may not result in a non-committed finding.

Procedural violations, as they sound, deal with cops, the prosecutor, and the courts following the rules they are required to follow in traffic infraction cases. Although these are easy to check for a speeding solicitor, for most people (i.e. the untrained eye), these would never be caught. And I could try to list all of these, but it would take too much time and would probably be pretty hard to understand. If you find a procedural violation, though, the result is a dismissal of the ticket outright.

Radar maintenance records and maintenance requirements are the second avenue a speeding solicitor usually proceeds down to get a speeding ticket dismissed. Because radar is often the method of catching most speeders, evidence of the radar used must be presented into evidence to get the reading of the radar admitted into evidence. And because the radar is a scientific machine that utilises scientific information specific things must be presented to the court so it can be satisfied the machine does what it is supposed to to and was doing what it was supposed to do on that particular day.

Like procedural violations, a violation here results in dismissal of the case (although here it is because the evidence is excluded from the hearing).Finally, if avenues one or two don’t work out, the third avenue is to use a motoring solicitor to determine if there is enough evidence present to allow the court to make a finding of a committed infraction. What this usually means is checking the officers report for mistakes or omissions that make the ticket unenforceable. Again, this goes back to lawyering – making sure they can make the case against your client stick. And often something can be found here to at least make a convincing argument.…


Once you provide all this information to the medical negligence solicitor, he or she will assess your claim. This is the stage where only a preliminary discussion can be held because further decisions are possible only when the medical evidence is produced. With the help of the medical evidence, the lawyer will be able to form a view of your claim. Here the lawyer should provide you with the following:

  • The chances of success of your claim if at all
  • A basic idea of the amount of compensation they can win for you
  • An estimate of the legal costs involved in filing a claim
  • The approximate amount of time that your claim will take

The next step

Once your solicitor negligence has all the information provided by you, he or she will assess the claim and decide whether or not to file a claim. Many people choose to settle the case out of court with the policy agency of the doctor. However, you must remember in mind that every insurance agency will try to settle the claim for the minimum amount possible. This is the reason that it is sometimes better to file a claim. However, even if you plan to settle outside court, then you should involve your solicitor in the negotiations because he or she will be able to get you a better deal even in an out of court settlement. Some people don’t mind the hassle of fighting a court case and take the case to trial. This is advisable only if your solicitor is entirely sure of winning the case. This is because there is a lot of trauma and hassle that you will face in court while trying to prove your case.


The first step when considering approaching attorney negligence is to discuss their fee. Usually, most lawyers nowadays work on a no win no fee, agreement. However, you need to have this in writing. You can also take legal aid or pay the solicitor fee in instalments. Once this is decided the next step is to discuss your case with the attorney. The attorney will need quite a lot of information to help you decide whether you should take the case to trial or settle out of court. You can meet the lawyer face to face or send documents by fax or post. The following information will be needed by the solicitor to decide on the merits of your case. For more information visit Been Let Down.

  • The dates of treatment and the time when you realised that something was wrong
  • If you have made any complaint to the NHS or the doctor or dentist
  • Details of the suffering and pain and injuries if any
  • Details of expenses and losses due to the medical negligence
  • Complete detail of your financial situation so that different methods of payment can be considered

The Documents that a medical negligence solicitor will require

  • Copies of medical records or dental records
  • List of all the appointments that you met the medical professional
  • Name of the doctor or dentist and the name of the hospital