Pedestrian Law

Pocock v The Highland Council [2017] CSOH 40

Case Law Pedestrian Law
February 13, 2024

A pedestrian suffers knee injury after tripping on uneven paving slab.

Pedestrian Law

Crawley v Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council [2017]

Case Law Pedestrian Law
February 13, 2024

A jogger suffers severe ankle injury after falling into a pothole.

Pedestrian Law

Peter Foster v Dundee City Council & Anor (2011)

Case Law Pedestrian Law
February 13, 2024

A pedestrian trips on an uncovered drain and sustains injury.

Motorcycle Law

O’Connor v Luton Borough Council

Case Law Motorcycle Law
February 12, 2024

Motorcyclist suffers serious injuries from a collision caused by losing control of her motorcycle whilst exiting a garage forecourt. She claimed that it was a road surface defect which had

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