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A cyclist injured in a collision near Wakefield has called for harsher sentences for careless driving offences after the young driver who collided with him was handed only five points on his licence
Leigh Day
TAN was granted permission in July to apply for judicial review of the green light for the multi billion pounds roads expansion programme on the grounds of its climate change impact.
Leigh Day
Fires particularly in hybrid models have hit the headlines as it has become clear that battery packs situated close to fuel tanks present a serious risk.
Leigh Day
It is a question that a lot of my non-cycling family and friends ask me. Indeed, even I have thought of hills as something to dread on the bicycle rather than to enjoy.
Leigh Day
In November 2015, the cyclist, Albert, was cycling to work when a driver crossed on to the wrong side of the road and hit him head on.
Clyde & Co
As the transport and logistics industry takes its first steps towards returning to normal following the coronavirus pandemic, in our September motor crime update we look at the key developments over the last month ...
Leigh Day
The family of a cyclist who was killed by a speeding driver have voiced their dismay at the sentence given by a judge.
Cooley LLP
The UK government has launched a call for evidence on the use of Automated Lane Keeping System The UK government has launched a call for evidence on the use of Automated Lane Keeping System (ALKS)
Leigh Day
Road collision victims charity RoadPeace is reporting that lockdown has negatively impacted crash victims because of court closures, over-stretched police, and social-distancing measures.
Clyde & Co
The Government has announced a consultation to review the Highway Code. This partial review proposes changes to better protect vulnerable road-users such as cyclists, equestrians and pedestrians.
Leigh Day
Stevenage is famed for its cycle paths and infrastructure built around the vision of Eric Claxton the engineer for the planning of the new town from 1946, and its Chief engineer between 1963 and...
Clyde & Co
As the transport and logistics industry takes its first steps towards returning to normal following the coronavirus pandemic...
Leigh Day
William Broadbent from Leigh Day's cycling team reminisces on his discovery of cycling through the National Cycle Network and one 'iconic' route in particular.
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
At first instance, the Employment Tribunal rejected the claims, finding the Claimant to be neither an employee or a worker.
Clyde & Co
The rapid global spread of COVID-19 has severely affected the transport and logistics industry's ability to continue under the financial strain.
Foot Anstey Solicitors
Many land owners ask the question whether they can put a gate across their land when a third party has a right of way over that land.
Clyde & Co
The use of e-scooters is becoming increasingly more popular, particularly in busy cities; with more than 100 hire schemes in operation worldwide.
Clyde & Co
In a case concerning a motorbike accident at an off-road event, the High Court found that the Claimant caused the incident through erroneous navigation rather than by hitting an unseen...
Clyde & Co
One of the most unsurprising consequences of restrictions on movement and the closures of many workplaces is fewer journeys requiring a motor vehicle. Fewer journeys mean fewer collisions,...
Clyde & Co
An insurer has unsuccessfully argued a personal injury claim for a traumatic brain injury should be struck out after submitting that the Claimant had allowed himself to be carried in his own car,...
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