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Taxi Defence Barristers

We provide taxi and private hire drivers with

> High quality specialist advocacy services
> Legal assistance and support
> Case management & representation

If your taxi or private hire licence has been refused, revoked or suspended you need legal help! Taxi Defence Barristers are here when you need us…

Taxi or Private Hire licence holder from Scotland?

Taxi Driver Defence Barristers

Taxi Defence Barristers providing high quality specialist advocacy and advisory services.

Tribunals and Court

To ensure value for money in the services we provide.

Our Service

Cost effective with fixed costs wherever possible.

Start to Finish

Preparing your case and representing you at hearings.

Taxi Licence Revoked Appeal

With regular updates you will be in control of your own case.

Specialist Barristers

Offering advice and representations to taxi & private hire sector.

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Taxi Driver Defence Barristers

Taxi Defence Barristers

Taxi Defence Barristers are an expert team of taxi legal barristers who specialise in helping with taxi licence issues and appeals. We can help with taxi & private hire licence refusals, revocations, suspensions and appeals. We are fully aware of the great impact licence decisions can have on the career, livelihood and reputation of a taxi or private hire driver. Our taxi defence barristers have had considerable success challenging decisions affecting taxi or private hire drivers at all levels including all levels of court and committees/panels including Transport for London, Public Carriage Office and local councils.

Taxi Driver Barrister

Taxi & Private Hire Licence Defence & Appeals

If you are facing difficulties with your taxi or private hire licence, Taxi Defence Barristers can assist.  We regularly act for taxi and private hire drivers, proprietors and licensed operators around the country.  We act, advise and represent on all matters relating to taxi or private hire licence holders who have had their licences revoked, refused or suspended.  We are public access barristers which means you can instruct us directly to act for you without the need to go through a traditional solicitors’ firm.  We are expert taxi and private hire licensing barristers, so you can be assured that you are in the best possible hands.  For a no obligation and free initial case assessment contact us.

Can I afford to instruct a barrister?

There is no standard amount that a barrister will charge. Barristers are allowed to set their own prices for their services.

Taxi Defence Barristers is an independent chambers (part of Kingsview Chambers) specialising entirely in taxi and private hire law and defence. As an independent chambers, we are able to offer very competitive rates for expert legal advice and representation.

When you instruct Taxi Defence Barristers to represent you in the defence of your licence, we will:

  • Offer you a free initial assessment of your case
  • Tell you how much it will cost to represent you upfront (based in your individual case and circumstances)
  • Keep a record of our costs in relation to your case so you always know what you are paying for
  • Keep costs to a minimum wherever we can
  • Always seek to recover your costs from the other party

You will save on your legal costs by instructing us directly because there is no need to also pay the costs of a solicitor’s firm.

Call us for a no obligation assessment of your case 020 7060 4773.

Taxi & Private Hire Licence revoke, refused and suspeded defence
I am so pleased I found Stephen McCaffrey, without his expertise and persistence I would not have had a successful outcome to my claim. He kept me informed every step of the way, not once did I have to chase him for information. I have no hesitation in recommending them and have often done so.

Minimum standards for taxi & private hire drivers

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Government postpone taxi tax checks

The Government has postponed plans to introduce mandatory tax registration checks for taxi and private hire drivers.