Police Claims: In the agony of the moment

Julian Abengowe discusses the apportionment of liability when pedestrians are hit by emergency vehicles ‘On appeal, the claimant’s contribution was reduced from three quarters to one third, with the police officer being held two thirds responsible.’ In Smith v Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire Police [2012], a mobile patrol police officer was responding to an emergency …
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