A driver, whose vehicle had struck a child pedestrian, had been negligent by not having seen the child on the kerb and/or crossing the road, and/or by not slowing down, and/or by not sounding his horn. However, the child should have realised the need to look out carefully for traffic coming from his right on a busy road and his contributory negligence was assessed at 20 per cent.

[2005] EWHC 747 (QB)

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