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Robert Hawkins

About Robert Hawkins

Robert is a law student beginning his first year at Durham University in September. In the future, he hopes to qualify as a barrister in either public or tort law.

Can a driver be found negligent if they hit a drunken pedestrian?

Stewart v Glaze [2009] EWHC 704 (QB) The facts of the case The claimant in the case, Mr Stewart, was struck by a car in the early hours of Saturday 25th September 2004, driven by the defendant in this case, Mr Glaze. The result of the road traffic accident was [...]

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