USD 1.55 million for defective helmet
An engineer and father of two small children, fell from his bike and landed on hi
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The views of a solicitor specialising in cycling injuries
A legal view on contributory negligence by Martin Porter QC
Insurance company drops claim of contributory negligence after protest by cyclists. 2002.
The opinion of the UK's foremost expert on helmet mechanics including his experience in court
A cyclist in Liverpool wins full damages despite a counter-claim that he was negligent by not wearing a cycle helmet. 1999.
The views of a solicitor and a neurosurgeon on the effectiveness of helmets
High Court judge rules that child cyclist was not negligent for not wearing a helmet, although the child lost the case on other grounds. 2001.
Judge rules that unhelmeted child was not negligent. 2001.