Pedestrian Law

Hodgson v Castlehill Housing Association

Case Law Pedestrian Law
February 13, 2024

A woman falls down a partially lit staircase and successfully sues the Housing Assocation for negligence.

Pedestrian Law

Steel v McGill’s Bus Service Ltd [2015] CSOH 5

Case Law Pedestrian Law
February 13, 2024

An elderly woman suffers a serious fall after bus driver sets off without waiting for her to be seated.

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