Backhouse Jones News.
Archive for July , 2009
Plans for hard shoulder running on a 15 mile stretch of the M62 between junctions 25 and 30 have gone on show to the public
New data from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) shows little sign of optimism for heavy goods vehicle and light goods vehicle registrations
Supply of Replacement Cars by Defendants, Claimants Obligations to Mitigate Loss: Copley v Lawn and Madden v Haller – Court of Appeal (2009)
RTA, Conflict with EU Second Motor Directive: Wilkinson v Fitzgerald and Churchill Insurance Company Ltd – High Court (2009)
Emergency Vehicles, Speed, Use of Siren: Armsden (as Executor of the Estate of Rachel Cheesewright deceased) v Kent Police – Court of Appeal (2009)Monday 6th July 2009
The defendant’s police car was travelling along on an “A” road at high speed in response to an emergency call when it collided with a car which had turned right out of a minor road into its path. The driver and passenger in the police car survived but the driver of the other vehicle was killed and her estate brought a claim against the police.