John Nixon has been representing clients in road traffic cases for over 40 years. He is one of a diminishing number of solicitors who was practicing when the Road Traffic Acts of 1988 were enacted. He has been heavily involved in road traffic law from the outset. We can guarantee that you will receive sensible and wise advice, whatever the nature of your legal problem.
If you seek either advice and/or representation or both, then you will not receive any nasty surprises about our costs. You will not incur any charges unless and until we make our charges known to you, and until you have agreed the terms and conditions.
If you decide to seek advice from us, you may hear us say that you will not need representation at court. We have to be satisfied that you would actually benefit from legal representation.
If your case is straightforward, involving a simple guilty plea and a single hearing then our charges are clearly set out on this page.
If your case is more demanding, involving a trial or a special hearing about a contested disqualification, for example, then we would let you have a quotation. Invariably, we shall offer a fixed fee service, so that a client knows the precise sum involved.
You will be dealt with by John Nixon if you wish, or by one of our other trusted and very able solicitors: Sarah Lish and Helen Sabiston. John Nixon is the overall supervisor in charge of The Road Traffic Law department.