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Hammond v Gibbon - A case of eccentricity. James Rowley KC draws out general practice points from this recent, child pedestrian, RTA case.

29th November 2023

Byrom Street Chambers was involved in this recently reported, child pedestrian, RTA case on liability.  James Rowley KC summarises its main issue and draws out a couple of general practice points.  The first concerns the survivability of an accident in which a child’s head is run over by a rolling tyre.  The second relates to extended perception reaction times [PRTs] for drivers encountering unexpected hazards in their peripheral vision.  To read the short paper, click here

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