Pedestrian Law

Jackson v Murray (2015)

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February 13, 2024

A 13 year old girl is hit by a car following alighting from a school minibus and attempting to cross the road.

Pedestrian Law

McCreery v Letson and others (2015)

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February 13, 2024

A pedestrian is struck by a van after stepping out from behind a bus to cross the road.

Pedestrian Law

Rose v South East London and Kent Bus Company Limited (2004)

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February 13, 2024

A girl crossing a road is hit by a bus as she slips before reaching the other side.

Pedestrian Law

Osei-Antwi v South East London and Kent Bus Company Limited (2010)

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February 13, 2024

A girl gets off a bus and when standing next to some railing is hit by the same bus as it turns sharp left.

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