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A finding contributory negligence of one third has been made against a brain injured pedestrian who failed to use a nearby pedestrian crossing. The defendant had been negligent in failing to keep an…Read more
Jamie Azim, Senior Solicitor in DWF's London office and Niall MacLean of 12 King’s Bench Walk acted for the defendant and his motor insurers, Markerstudy, in a case that recently came before the Court…Read more
The Court of Appeal handed down judgment today in the case of Horner v Norman, dismissing the claimant's appeal. Peter Blake, who acted for the defendant looks at the judgment.Read more
A seriously injured girl whose contributory negligence in a car accident was assessed at 70% in a decision of an Extra Division of the Inner House of the Court of Session and whose share of damages…Read more
Catherine Hart examines this case in which the Court of Session considered the apportionment of blame in an action for damages brought by a pedestrian against a bus driver. While accepting that there…Read more