Pedestrian Law

McEwan v Lothian Buses

Case Law Pedestrian Law
February 13, 2024

A pedestrian is struck by the mirror of a bus whilst walking down the pavement.

Pedestrian Law

Thomas v Kostanjevec (2004)

Case Law Pedestrian Law
February 13, 2024

A man was attempting to cross a road but was knocked down and killed by a passing motorcyclist which was travelling within the speed limit.

Pedestrian Law

Chapman v Post Office (1982)

Case Law Pedestrian Law
February 13, 2024

A pedestrian is struck by the mirror of a car whilst waiting on a pavement.

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