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Killer cyclists to be jailed – or are they?

Cycle Law News
May 17, 2024

Yesterday, many of us will have woken up to the news that “killer cyclists” are to be jailed if they kill or injure pedestrians by riding dangerously, carelessly or inconsiderately.

The Link Between Mental & Physical Health – It’s a Chain Reaction

News RTA Law
May 13, 2024

By embracing an active lifestyle, we not only improve our physical health but also nurture our mental and emotional well-being.

Zara Jones piloting a Vie Velo tandem in Poppy Scotland sportive.

Cycling with VIE Velo

Cycle Law News
May 8, 2024

VIE Velo cycling club pairing visually impaired riders with sighted pilots on tandem bicycles to ride socially in and around Edinburgh.

Confusing infrastructure off Charlotte Square, Edinburgh

Pedal Power

Cycle Law News
May 7, 2024

We cannot possibly consider ourselves to be a safe cycling nation while the government just pays lip service to what needs to be done. We need to see real change.

Going back to basics

Motorcycle Law News
May 1, 2024

Marketing Executive Euan goes back to basics as he begins his motorcycle journey.

Rules of the road don’t apply here

Cycle Law News
April 8, 2024

The rules of the road don’t apply on off-road routes. Lord Sandison ruling on the case of Nigel Dick v Joseph Merrick 2024

Konrad’s Story

Videos
April 5, 2024

19 year old Konrad tells his story of how he lost his leg in a motorcycling collision.

Thomas Mitchell - Associate

Thomas Mitchell promoted to Partner

News RTA Law
April 3, 2024

We’re delighted to announce the well-deserved promotion of Thomas Mitchell to the position of Partner at RTA LAW LLP.

Douglas Homan

Picking up the pieces after a motorcyclist fatality

Motorcycle Law News
April 2, 2024

With news of yet another motorcyclist fatality on Scotland’s roads, after the tragic shock of such an event, thoughts inevitably turn to the family of that motorcyclist.

Insurers Excuses in cycling related claims

Insurers’ Excuses

Videos
March 29, 2024

Insurers' excuses as to why their policyholder might not be entirely at fault for a collision are varied and numerous.

Paul's story

Paul’s Story

Videos
March 29, 2024

Paul was involved in a road traffic collision on his bicycle.

George's story about his cycling collision

George’s story

Videos
March 29, 2024

Cyclist, George Popp, and specialist cycling Lawyer, Jodi Gordon, review George's cycling collision, his personal injuries, financial loss, and damage to his bike.

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