Latest News Posted in Pedestrian Safety

A driver who killed a 79-year-old woman while speeding in a car with faulty brakes has been jailed for five years.

Published on:2021-05-07

The long-awaited ban on pavement parking – approved by MSPs in 2019 – is not likely to come into force until 2023.

Published on:2021-05-05

Announcements of proposed changes to the Highway Code are simply tinkering at the edges given the recent road casualty figures.

Published on:2020-08-10

Pedestrians hit by car. Trustworthy legal advice and representation you deserve

Published on:2020-07-01

Pedestrian accident compensation claims in Scotland

Published on:2020-07-01

Everyone should give running a try. The sense of achievement one gets after having completed the run makes all the effort so worthwhile. Start small and build slowly.

Published on:2020-05-19

Jodi Gordon introduces the 'protecting pedestrians on pavements' project which aims to educate road users to better understand how these incidents are occurring.

Published on:2020-03-01

The hierarchy of vulnerable road users working in practice.

Published on:2019-09-09

When a 90-year-old gentleman was struck and killed by a reversing van a year ago in Scotland, the bereaved family suddenly and highly unexpectedly found themselves in the hands of the criminal justice system.

Published on:2018-02-16

Some of Scotland's cities have the poorest records for pedestrians knocked over and injured by motor vehicles.

Published on:2015-12-15