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Mark Hambleton's blog
Cycling and the Law: why a cyclist being successfully sued for colliding with a pedestrian is actually good for cyclists
Specialist cycling solicitor Mark Hambleton explains why a recent high-profile case reinforces a key principle that usually supports cyclists in their compensation claims following collisions with motorists
Cycling and the law: How is a judge likely to assess a claim for compensation following an accident caused by a pothole during a sportive? An example from case law
Mark Hambleton, cycling solicitor, talks us through a recent case involving a claim for compensation by a participant injured during a high profile sportive
Cycling and the law: Is improved infrastructure the only real solution to improve road safety?
Specialist cycling solicitor Mark Hambleton looks at whether infrastructure is the answer to making the roads safer for cyclists
Cycling and the law: How is the law applied to dangerous motorists?
Cycling solicitor Mark Hambleton takes a look at how the law is applied to motorists who injure or kill cyclists and asks: should sentencing be tougher?
Cycling and the law: What criminal charges are available to the police to punish motorists and protect cyclists?
Cycling law expert Mark Hambleton looks at what laws are available to the police to punish drivers who endanger the lives of cyclists
Four suggestions to update the Highway Code in favour of cyclists
Mark Hambleton suggests four areas which could be updated in the Highway Code to improve safety for cyclists.
Cycling and the law: Commuting by bike? Here are five things you need to be aware of
Cycling law expert Mark Hambleton takes you through the top five things to bear in mind when commuting on the road this summer
Cycling and the law – bicycle bells
With a debate in the Lords on road safety turning to bicycle bells, cycling law expert Mark Hambleton questions whether they're really the right solution
Cycling and the law: how can dogs and bikes coexist on shared paths?
Cycling law expert Mark Hambleton takes a look at what you need to know if you encounter dogs on shared paths
Cycling and the law: The new ‘dangerous cycling’ law is a dangerous distraction
The government could bring in a 'dangerous cycling' law – cycling law expert Mark Hambleton argues that there are more important things to review on our roads
Cycling and the law: would presumed liability make roads safer for cyclists?
Presumed liability is law in all but a few European countries, but not the UK. Cycling advocate Mark Hambleton explains what presumed liability is, and how it might make roads safer for cyclists
Cycling and the law: now is the time for the government to deal with close passing properly
Specialist cycling advocate Mark Hambleton looks at proposals to change the Highway Code, and explains why they are sorely needed
Cycling and the law: What are your rights if you suffer an accident on icy roads?
Mark Hambleton - specialist cycling advocate - takes a look at what cyclists should know if they have an accident on the ice this winter.
Cycling and the law: how will your rights be affected by driverless cars?
Legal expert Mark Hambleton takes a look at how driverless cars might impact upon cyclists' rights on the road