Personal injury / road traffic cases

Personal Injury cannot be excluded as liability, even if expressly excluded in a contract. Sustaining an Injury on the fault of another is remedied but you need to know what you can claim and in what mode. Seeking an advice at the right time could secure your claim. Remember there is a time limitation in your claim.

Traffic laws or Motoring Laws demands a sense of responsibility from us. Knowing your liabilities under the Traffic Laws could save you from serious consequences and heavy fines. All our Traffic Laws questions are answered and advised as soon as possible in priority.

We always rely on statute and case law when advising you, such as

Statutes:

  • Road Safety Act 2006
  • Road Traffic Act 1988
  • The Highway Code
  • Limitation Act 1980
  • The Montreal Convention (1999) and the Athens Convention (1974 )

Cases:

  • R v Woodward ( Terence ) [1994] 1 WLR 374 ( CA )
  • R v Adomako [ 1993 ] 3 All ER 79
  • Airbus Operations Ltd & Anor v Roberts [2012 ] EWHC 3631 ( Admin )
  • Lord Chelwood & Anor [2012 ] EWCA Civ 1715
  • Johnson v. Ministry of Defence & Anor [2012 ] EWCA Civ 1505