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Home > Motoring Law Blog from Just Motor Law > Kirwans Launches Specialist Motoring Law Brand (PRESS RELEASE)

Kirwans Launches Specialist Motoring Law Brand (PRESS RELEASE)

Posted on 28/07/2011 14:49:00

One of the North West’s leading law firms has launched a standalone brand dedicated to helping defend motorists’ right to drive.

Kirwans has launched Just Motor Law providing specialist legal advice on all motoring offences with a 24-hour hotline and an online live chat facility.

While some of the most common offences remain speeding, drink driving and careless and dangerous driving, the Just Motor Law team says offences including drug driving and driving without insurance are becoming increasingly prevalent.

Just Motor Law also specialises in providing clients with technical defences, challenging equipment used by police officers and highlighting any failure to conform with rules of evidence.

Heading up the Just Motor Law team is experienced motoring solicitor Matt Reynolds, supported by Natali Farrell, a dedicated road traffic lawyer.

Simon Gibson, Kirwans’ Managing Partner, said: “This is an exciting departure for Kirwans launching our first ever standalone brand. We carried out extensive research among our clients and members of the public and decided it was important to have a clear and distinct brand separate to the firm’s core services.

“Our mission is simple – to provide an exclusive service to our clients who find themselves accused of motoring offences with direct access to a lawyer. We are offering 24-hour access to our specialist team including an innovative interactive web chat facility.

“Matt and Natali both have considerable experience in the area of motoring law and a proven track record of getting results for clients.”

Matt Reynolds said: “The range of potential motoring offences has never been greater. While the most common ones remain the likes of speeding and drink driving, today an increasing number of people are being accused of not being in proper control of their vehicle or driving without due care and attention because they are using a mobile phone while driving, drinking a bottle of water at the wheel and even fiddling with the Sat Nav.

“The impact of the recession has also led to a growing number of motorists driving without insurance in order to try and save costs.

“The ability to drive can often be essential for employment and to pursue a social and domestic life to the full. From initial free telephone advice and representation at police station through to any appearance in court, we will be there every s tep of the way for our clients.”

The Just Motor Law team are able to take advantage of the heavy investment Kirwans has made in cutting edge IT to ensure that clients receive the highest possible legal advice and client care.