Pedestrian Law

Bruma (A Protected Party) v Hassan [2017]

Case Law Pedestrian Law
February 13, 2024

A pedestrian is struck by a vehicle when crossing the road and omitting to use the pelican crossing.

Pedestrian Law

Punter v NTC Lumber Co Ltd

Case Law Pedestrian Law
February 13, 2024

A pedestrian is knocked over by a lorry whilst crossing the road when the traffic lights showed amber.

Pedestrian Law

Sang v Cornes (2005)

Case Law Pedestrian Law
February 13, 2024

A pedestrian is knocked over by a car whilst crossing the road.

Pedestrian Law

Goddard and Walker v Greenwood (2002)

Case Law Pedestrian Law
February 13, 2024

Two joggers are struck by a vehicle as they cross a zebra crossing.

Pedestrian Law

Snow v Giddins

Case Law Pedestrian Law
February 13, 2024

A pedestrian tried to cross the road near to a pedestrian crossing with a central refuge but is struck by a passing motorcycle.

Pedestrian Law

Kozimor v Adey (1962)

Case Law Pedestrian Law
February 13, 2024

A 40 year old woman runs onto an uncontrolled pedestrian crossing and is hit by a passing motorist. 

Pedestrian Law

London Passenger Transport Board v Upson [1949]

Case Law Pedestrian Law
February 13, 2024

A pedestrian crossing a street at a controlled pedestrian crossing was knocked down by a bus whose driver's view had been obscured by another vehicle at the crossing.

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