Traffic Lawyers Marsden: Experienced Representation by Professionals
Go To Court Traffic Lawyers Marsden are here to assist you in your traffic law matter.
being involved in a traffic accident or being charged for a traffic offence can be a stressful ordeal. Even a minor conviction can have consequences for your family and employment prospects.
Our lawyers in Marsden are focused on achieving good results for your traffic law charges. Our team provides tailored and skilful advice and representation so that you have the best possible chances to protect your future.
We understand that you want your traffic law matter handled quickly and affordably. Our Marsden traffic solicitors will try to resolve your matter with police to have charges reduced, and in some cases, dropped entirely. This saves our clients thousands.
Access to the best traffic lawyers in Marsden through our Legal Hotline on 1300 636 846
We run things a bit differently here at Go To Court Lawyers Marsden. We operate a Legal Hotline that is staffed with lawyers who are available when you need them most.
Our Legal Hotline is open for your traffic law calls from 7am to midnight, seven days a week. We understand that your legal issues do not wait until usual business hours. And this is why we provide this service – to meet your needs.
Our Hotline Lawyers will listen to your individual circumstances and help you navigate the complexities. In an understanding and supportive way, they will help you reach a decision on what you do next. If need be, they can arrange an appointment with one of our talented and experienced traffic lawyers in Marsden at a time that is convenient for you.
Popular articles our Marsden clients find helpful on traffic law
It is no secret our website is award-winning.
To assist all Australians, not just our clients, we have free traffic law articles. They are written in plain English and edited by qualified lawyers. We often receive feedback that these articles help our clients understand the important information relevant to our case. We have even heard of other lawyers looking up the legal facts on our website.
Check out some of our most popular traffic law articles:
- Information about demerit points in Queensland;
- How to apply for a restricted licence to continue driving while suspended;
- Information about serious traffic offences, such as causing death or serious injury;
- What types of behaviour are banned under Queensland’s strict anti-hoon laws; and
- What to do if you are involved in a traffic accident in Queensland.
Traffic law matters our Marsden lawyers achieve great results for, every day
Led by Accredited Criminal Law Specialist, Mitchell Cavanagh, our lawyers draw on the depth and breadth of experience in traffic law to get great results for our clients. Here are some of the most common matters they come across.
What to do you when you are involved in a traffic accident
If you have been involved in a traffic accident, you are required by law to immediately stop your vehicle and seek medical assistance for anyone who has been injured. If someone has been injured, a hazardous environment such as a fuel leakage has occurred, or if you suspect the other driver was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you must call the police on 131 444.
You could be imprisoned up to five years if the police find that you were driving dangerously at the time. The police will take into consideration the speed or way you were operating your vehicle, and will also take into account any aggravating circumstances.
This makes getting legal advice essential.
At Go To Court Lawyers Marsden, we have experienced traffic law practitioners who can help you understand your rights. Our lawyers are comfortable in all Queensland courts and will seek the best outcomes for you.
Our traffic solicitors will try to resolve your matter with police to have charges reduced and sometimes dropped.
Driving without a licence
If caught driving without a licence, Queensland police can press severe fines or criminal charges without the intervention of a lawyer.
Unlicensed driving and disqualified driving are two types of offences in Queensland related to driving without a licence. Disqualified driving is a more serious offence and happens when the driver has been convicted of dangerous driving, drug or drink driving, or any criminal offence involving a vehicle.
If you are a first-time unlicensed driving offender, the police can choose to issue you with an infringement notice and fine you up to $4,554 (at the time of writing). You have a certain number of days after receiving the infringement notice to pay or you can opt to dispute the fine. Go To Court Traffic Lawyers have extensive experience in disputing these matters and will seek the best possible outcome for you.
Go To Court’s traffic lawyers are different and our results show
The faster you can get good advice, the more options you will have for a successful outcome. Do not wait until it is too late.
At Go To Court Lawyers, we understand that having your licence suspended can cause all sorts of problems for you and your family. We have helped many clients apply successfully for Special Hardship Licences and Restricted Licences to reduce the impact of disqualification on work. Depending on your circumstances, you may be able to apply for one of these special licences to continue driving after having your licence suspended. Contact us on 1300 636 846 for a free assessment on whether you are eligible.
Our lawyers are available seven days a week from 7am to midnight. Contact us today on 1300 636 846. You will speak with one of our experienced and qualified Hotline Lawyers who will support you during this time of need.