I have just had an appeal hearing adjourned to gain medical evidence used to reinstate my client’s driving license. He suffered brain damage in 2012 with one of the symptoms being epilepsy. However, this turned out to be temporary and after an assessment and driving test, my client’s license was reinstated with conditions.
My question is not about the process. It is about driving licenses in general. Often tribunals are using a claimant’s ability to drive, to disallow appeals. Has anyone got a reasonable argument against this practice and/or relevant case law? My client and I, will be very grateful If anybody can help. Thanks!