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Review by Richard on 19th June, 2010

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Being a freelance driver and part time private hire with 9 points already on my licence, getting caught again was the PITS. Thoughts of loosing my job, no cash, and the forever in house moaning, even put into thinking about emigrating !! BUT ! I thought lets go for it, got in contact with Roadtrafficlaw. Nothing could have been more simple, they were always available to take my queries, nothing seemed to be to much effort, and lo and behold we got a great result. CASE ABANDONED. I can now unpack my suitcase and get life back to normal. Just to say thanks to Kirsty and her team, until the next time. (I HOPE NOT!) I was as sceptical as every one else, but I would have no hesitation in recommending this lot, again thanks.

Date visited: 19/6/2010

Review by Ian Henderson on 3rd January, 2010

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As an electrician I need to drive all over the country. I recently NEEDED to fight a road traffic case and I went to Graham Walker of roadtrafficlaw.com. Terrific firm of lawyers. Saved my licence for sure.No hesitation in recomending them to anyone who needs a good trial lawyer. Great commnication from them at all times and they deliverefd a great result.

Date visited: 3/1/2010

Review by Dr Allan Wright on 27th December, 2006

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Very good firm. Dealt with friends case with expertise and professionalism throughout.

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