Cycle Law

Liddle v Bristol City Council

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February 12, 2024

Cyclist fatally injured after losing control of bicycle and falling into water. 

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Dominic Nash v Hertfordshire County Council

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February 12, 2024

Cyclist collides at speed with an oncoming vehicle on a sharp corner.

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Brushett v Hazeldean

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February 12, 2024

Cyclist collides with a pedestrian who was distracted by her phone while crossing the road. 

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Elizabeth Fairley v Edinburgh Trams Ltd and City of Edinburgh Council

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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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Deborah Comer v South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture Ltd

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February 12, 2024

Duathlon participant thrown from bicycle after making contact with a surface defect. 

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David Robinson v Scottish Borders Council

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February 12, 2024

Cyclist hits metal expansion joint on bridge and is thrown from his bike.

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Joesph Kearney v Tipperary County Council and Roadstone Wood Ltd 2019

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February 12, 2024

Cyclist comes off bike due to excess bitumen sealant on the road and is badly injured. He successfully sued the Council who conceded that the work had not been completed

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Nuala Ryan v Tipperary County Council

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February 12, 2024

Cyclist comes into contact with loose pebbles on a laneway, skids and comes of her bike sustaining serious injuries.

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Miranda Walsh v Kirklees Council

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February 12, 2024

Cyclist hits defect on a roundabout, comes off her bike and fractures her right leg. The Council dispute that the defect was dangerous and lack of evidence as to the

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Edward O’Riodan v Clare County Council and Response Engineering Limited

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February 12, 2024

Cyclist becomes unsteady over a cattle grid and causes permanent damage to his ankle, a claim was intimated to the local council. The cyclist was rewarded damages for his injuries. 

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Billington v Maguire & Amor

Case Law Cycle Law
February 11, 2024

Cyclist fails to see van parked on the side of a road with a 70mph speed limit. The van was in clear view and had its hazard warning lights on.

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