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PI Practitioner, July 2019

16/07/19. Each issue a particular topic is highlighted, citing some of the useful cases and other materials in that area. You can also receive these for free by registering for our PI Brief Update newsletter. Just select "Free Newsletter" from the menu at the top of this page and fill in your email address.

This month in the practitioner update, we consider the case of Brushett v Hazeldean (unreported). The case concerned a collision between a cyclist and a pedestrian who was looking at her mobile phone whilst crossing the road. The case was heard by District Judge Mauger at Central London County Court. Readers may already be aware of this case as the matter caught the attention of the national press.

Ms Brushett was a pedestrian. She was crossing the road whilst looking at her mobile phone. She only noticed Mr Hazeldean, an oncoming cyclist, at the last moment. She panicked and tried to...

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