Helping HGV and PSV Operators at Public Inquiry with advice on how to run More Successful and Compliant Businesses.
Telephone 01394 824 175 to speak to one of our Solicitors.
Oliver Legal Solicitors Ltd is Authorised and Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority SRA No 636947.
Oliver Legal Solicitors was established by Murray Oliver to provide specialist legal advice and representation to all businesses in the Road Transport Sector.
Since 2008 Oliver Legal Solicitors have helped many Hauliers and Passenger Vehicle Operators achieve successful outcomes before the Traffic Commissioner, Criminal Courts and the Employment Tribunal.
Our knowledge of this sector have been built up over many years of working both in and with many types of Road and Passenger Transport Businesses.
OUR TRANSPORT LAW SERVICES
We can help your business to operate compliantly so that you should never worry about a visit from DVSA or a Public Inquiry.
We can help you understand the essential concepts behind Operator Licensing so that you can use the regulatory system to benefit your business.
We act for Operators of both Goods and Passenger Vehicle Operators. Oliver Legal Solicitors recognise that there are clear differences between these two parts of the Road Transport Industry and we aim to provide advice which is relevant to each sector.
Our Employment Law Services
The Operator Licensing system depends upon the employment relationship between the Operator and the Driver. It is the Key test applied at Public Inquiry when determining who the Operator is.
Your employment relationships with all of your staff are key to ensuring that you have a good, safecompliant operation. Traffic Commissioners are taking a great deal of interest in the nature of the employment relationship. Employment Contracts, and Disciplinary systems can be used by Operators to enforce the requirements of the O Licence at all levels within the business.
We can help you administer your employment relationship so that you can have effective discipline within your business without the fear of the Employment Tribunal.