Streeter v Hughes and Another: QBD 20 Sep 2013

The claimant cyclist sought damages after suffering very serious injuries in a collision with a car driven by the defendant. Other witnesses said that the claimant emerged from a side road into the defendant’s car’s path. Experts said that the distance the claimant had been thrown suggested the car had been driving too fast.
Held: Examinng the evidence, the claimant had emerged in such a way as to preclude the defendant seeing him in time to stop.

Jeremy Baker J
[2013] EWHC 2841 (QB)

Personal Injury, Negligence

Updated: 20 November 2021; Ref: scu.515376