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Road traffic claims cases & legal advice on claiming for injuries sustained in road traffic accidents in the UK. If you've been involved in a road traffic accident in the UK, such as a car crash or bike accident, and need expert legal advice on making a claim, click here to find out more about the legal process involved.

Anthony Cowling v Liverpool Victoria Insurance Company Limited [2013] CSOH 49 26/03/2013

Proof: Action for damages arising out of a road traffic accident. The defenders were the insurers of Mr Smith. Mr smith was stationary in his car at the bottom of a steep road in icy conditions on the right hand side of the road. The pursuer descended the road from the opposite direction and lost c......

Askey v Wood [2005] EWCA Civ 574 (21 April 2005)

Judgment upheld in respect of a finding that each party was equally responsible where car straddled notional white line and motorcycle had been speeding. ......

Bretton v Hancock [2005] EWCA Civ 404 (13 April 2005)

The user of a car was not bound by s.143(1)(a) of the Road Traffic Act 1988 to insure against the liability of one tortfeaser to contribute with another tortfeaser in respect of their joint liability to the user. The duty to insure against third party loss is a duty owed to the public, not to onese......

Bruce Kirkpatrick v. SoS for Transport and the Deputy Traffic Commissioner for the Scottish Traffic Area, Sheriff Principal Lockhart, Dumfries Sheriff Court, 29th June 2011

Parties and Background The respondent, Bruce Kirkpatrick, was a large goods vehicle driver for Cameron Young Transport Ltd. His licence was revoked by the second appellant, the Deputy Traffic Commissioner (DTC), in October 2010. Drivers were supposed to carry out double-manned journeys so th......

Cameron John Young v. SoS for Transport and the Deputy Traffic Commissioner for the Scottish Traffic Area, Sheriff Principal Lockhart, Dumfries Sheriff Court, 29th June 2011

Parties and Background The respondent, Cameron John Young, was a large goods transport company owner. He held a large goods vehicle licence. His licence was revoked by the second appellant, the Deputy Traffic Commissioner (DTC), in October 2010. Mr Young's drivers were supposed to carry out ......

Fagan v Jeffers [2005] EWCA Civ 380 (09 March 2005)

Where opposing traffic had stopped in order to allow a motorist to turn right, the Court held that the motorist had to proceed with the utmost care and not proceed to cross the carriageway until he had satisfied himself that no traffic was likely to come up on the inside of the opposing traffic. In......

Milton v Crown Prosecution Service [2007] EWHC 532 (Admin) (16 March 2007)

Dangerous Driving. Whilst the test under the Road Traffic Act 1988 s.2A(3) for determining whether a driver had been driving dangerously was primarily an objective test, circumstances relevant to dangerousness that were favourable to the driver such as his special driving skills or adverse circum......

Opoku v Tintas [2013] All ER (D) 81 (Jul) - 05/07/13

The Court of Appeal held that just because a claimant was impecunious did not mean that it would not have been reasonable for him to pay the cost of repairing a vehicle damaged in a road traffic accident. The cost of repairs was dwarfed by the sum run up in credit hire charges. ......

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