Tindall and Another v Thames Valley Police and Another: QBD 7 Apr 2020

Circumstances in which a duty of care arises falling upon the police in the context of their actions at the scene of a road accident caused by locally icy and dangerous road conditions as a result of a water leak and flooding. He re the Claimant says that the Police attending the scene assumed or fell under a duty of care towards Mr Tindall. The Police say they did not.
Held: Defendants’ strike out claim refused.

Master Mccloud
[2020] EWHC 837 (QB)
Highways Act 1980
England and Wales
Cited by:
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Safety of Stairs within Undergrounds Care of duty
The Claimant sued the London Underground company because their relative Mr Ovu died after falling down stairs on a fire escape. It was late at night and he wandered on his own on a cold night, outdoors, onto the stairs. The staircase was in good . .

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Police, Negligence

Updated: 27 November 2021; Ref: scu.655911