Colm Nugent and Aneurin Moloney summarise the interesting cast of Brushett v Hazeldean. The case has been widely reported in the media and described by The Times as “the case that divided a nation”. Aneurin Moloney acted for the claimant, Gemma Brushett, who was knocked over and injured by a cyclist, Robert Hazeldean, as she crossed a road looking at her mobile phone.
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