By : Emily Formby
The courts are showing signs of a move towards contributory negligence rulings
where cycling helmets are not worn by claimant cyclists, but a question remains
over how effective helmets actually are in preventing injury, says Emily Formby.
To read Emily’s full article in the Solicitors’ Journal please click here.
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