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A driver who killed a 79-year-old woman while speeding in a car with faulty brakes has been jailed for five years.
The long-awaited ban on pavement parking – approved by MSPs in 2019 – is not likely to come into force until 2023.
Announcements of proposed changes to the Highway Code are simply tinkering at the edges given the recent road casualty figures.
The hierarchy of vulnerable road users working in practice.
Families are being left traumatised by a system that is weighted heavily towards protecting the accused rather than supporting the victims. Something needs to change and that includes better coordination with the process of civil law.
Pedestrian Law Scotland specialises in personal injury claims and litigation on behalf of pedestrians who have been involved in road traffic accidents.
We provide first class legal representation.
We will fund your case from start to finish providing access to Justice at no cost giving you peace of mind.
As a specialist practice with 4 offices throughout Scotland representing pedestrians, we provide our clients with the day to day counsel and contact they need by deploying the necessary financial resources to get you maximum recovery.
We look after vulnerable road users and will continue to campaign for improved road safety and a reduction in road casualties.