Pedestrian Law

Paramasivan v Wicks (2013)

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February 13, 2024

A 13 yr old child runs onto a road from between two parked cars and is hit by a passing motorist.

Pedestrian Law

Kite v Nolan (1982)

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February 13, 2024

A 5 year old boy runs onto the road from between a parked car and an ice cream van and is knocked over by a passing motorist.

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

AB v Main [2015] EWHC 3183 (QB)

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February 13, 2024

An 8 year-old boy runs onto a road without looking and is knocked down.

Pedestrian Law

Ellis v Kelly [2018] EWHC 2031 (QB)

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February 13, 2024

An 8 year old boy runs across a road within the controlled lines of a zebra crossing and is hit by a car travelling at 40mph. 

Pedestrian Law

O’Connor v Stuttard [2011] EWCA Civ 829

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February 13, 2024

A 9 year-old boy is hit by a passing motorist while out playing with friends.

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