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Pedestrian was wholly to blame for injuries

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Pedestrian was wholly to blame for injuries

Pursoty v Vaghani and another QBD 21 March 2013

The High Court has held that a pedestrian was wholly responsible for the injuries she suffered in a road traffic accident with a van driver. She had been negligent in stepping out into a road from between two stationary vehicles without looking, and the driver had no chance of avoiding a collision.

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