Clenshaw v Tanner

Clenshaw v Tanner

Case Law Cycle Law
February 12, 2024

Cyclist riding in a designated cycle lane collides with rear of a breakdown vehicle that was turning left across his path into a petrol station.

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Richards v Quinten

Case Law Cycle Law
February 12, 2024

Cyclist in a cycle lane collides with a car emerging from a driveway.

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Elizabeth Fairley v Edinburgh Trams Ltd and City of Edinburgh Council

Case Law Cycle Law
February 12, 2024

Tram tracks cause cyclists to fall from their bicycles as their wheels get stuck in the track. The cyclist sued Edinburgh Trams Limited for damages.

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