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Ski, Riding and Now... Cycle Helmets

In my recurring theme as to contributory negligence and protective headwear (not to mention my citing of the most authoritative legal sources – this time “The Metro” 29 July 2011), there is a corpus of medical opinion which advises against making cycling helmets compulsory. This is on the grounds that such a law is likely to decrease cycling activity and that it is “inconclusive” whether helmets reduce injuries.

 

Certainly then, this is something that Clamant parties in cycling head injuries may wish to consider when faced with arguments as to contributory negligence.

 

 

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