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    I will bow to your superior knowledge of traffic...

    I will bow to your superior knowledge of traffic law. I only work in the law and teach traffic law, so what do I know?

    Because you have seen someone pulled on the TV, does not mean that they got...
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    Firstly, undertaking is not illegal, period. It...

    Firstly, undertaking is not illegal, period. It has not been illegal since the introduction of the 1972 road traffic act when it was removed because of the increasing number of motorways ad centre...
  3. A vehicle can be stopped for any reason, and...

    A vehicle can be stopped for any reason, and whilst the constable must have resonable grounds to suspect alcohol in the system, even if the driver states that they have not drunk anything, if the...
  4. The Police do not need any grounds to stop any...

    The Police do not need any grounds to stop any vehicle. The fact that the vehicle is on the road is sufficient, even if it is for nothing more than to check that the driver has a full and valid...
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    When someone runs into the back of another...

    When someone runs into the back of another vehicle it is called strict liablity and in most cases the rear most driver will be held liable unless it can be established that the vehicle that was run...
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    If the boys parents or carers have house contents...

    If the boys parents or carers have house contents insurance, then you would be entitled to make a claim off that policy, or you could sue the parents or carers as individuals.

    However if they have...
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    Everyone is so keen to slag off no win no fee law...

    Everyone is so keen to slag off no win no fee law firms when they have no real idea what they are talking about, when in fact the biggest rip off is the legal expenses appointed law firms which I...
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    Legal aid is available for defending some...

    Legal aid is available for defending some motoring offences, such as death by dangerous driving or dangerous driving, but these are the exceptions rather than the rule and it is still means tested.
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    Dangerous driving whilst an easy offence to...

    Dangerous driving whilst an easy offence to allege, is a very difficult case to prove. Firstly, to secure a conviction it has to be proven beyond all reasonable doubt that the standard of driving...
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    Poll: Whilst there is no offence in undertaking, it is...

    Whilst there is no offence in undertaking, it is the manner in which the undertake is carried out that is important, and in this case where other drivers are required to take avoiding or evasive...
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    Yes it is a Gatso camera. Truvello are usually...

    Yes it is a Gatso camera.

    Truvello are usually foward facing, have one larger round lens and do not flash
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    Judge Dredd. Who told you that filtering has...

    Judge Dredd. Who told you that filtering has always been illegal until recently? Total tosh. Filtering has never been illegal provided certain rules are complied with, and even back in the 60's...
  13. This is a common problem and many thousands of...

    This is a common problem and many thousands of people have had claims made against their insurance policies because they forgot or could not be bothered to notify their insurers that they no longer...
  14. I deal with these types of crashes all the time....

    I deal with these types of crashes all the time.

    Without going into the ins and outs of who said what, there have been a lot of similar cases.

    Firstly it has to be born in mind that filtering...
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    I don't know which test you took, (or how long...

    I don't know which test you took, (or how long ago) but in the 35+ years I have been an examiner, there is no stipulation and never has been a stipulation on how long someone has to have held a...
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    Fair question. Insurance companies will often...

    Fair question.

    Insurance companies will often state that LEI is free of charge, the reality is that it is not just absorbed within the premium, but that is not the issue.

    If you have a crash...
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    That is correct to a degree, but it depends on...

    That is correct to a degree, but it depends on the injuries that were sustained.

    I work in personal injury law. I always tell people that if the injuries were of a fairly minor nature, then they...
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    Yes you can. Statute of limitation in damage...

    Yes you can. Statute of limitation in damage only crashes (The time period in which you have to make a claim) is 5 years, unlike personal injury which is 3 years.
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    It sounds like you have received a letter of...

    It sounds like you have received a letter of claim from a claims management company (not a solicitor), because the standard CPR letter does not include any court documents.

    Claims management firms...
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    With a brain injury (which is what PTSD is), it...

    With a brain injury (which is what PTSD is), it takes around 4 years for the injury to plateau, in other words it takes about this time for the injury to settle sufficiently to be able to determine...
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    The general rule is, wherever possible, at least...

    The general rule is, wherever possible, at least a doors width should be left when passing stationary or parked vehicles, with the emphasis on "Wherever Possible".

    At the same time, the other side...
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    I was not having a pop at you, it is just a...

    I was not having a pop at you, it is just a generic term because in damage only crashes so many people go on about insurance details, but the bottom line is, it really makes no odds.

    In any...
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    Why does everyone bang on about insurance...

    Why does everyone bang on about insurance details?

    As I have stated many times before, in damage only crashes, there is no legal obligation to provide insurance details, it is only in cases...
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    You provide the insurance details that covers the...

    You provide the insurance details that covers the vehicle that was involved in the crash, namely your wife's insurance on which you are a named driver.
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    I am not disagreeing with your experience and...

    I am not disagreeing with your experience and observations, But!!!! I made the comment based on my experience of dealing with the civil courts (usually on a daily basis) and it does vary from court...
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