Ian Bridge Defends In Multiple Dangerous Driving Cases

Fri, 29 Apr 2016

Ian Bridge represented Nicholas Goddard who was acquitted yesterday 28 April 2016 at Bradford Crown Court on an indictment alleging that he caused the death of cyclist Craig Armitage in a collision in the Yorkshire Dales in February 2015, see here for the Telegraph and Argus. Ian Bridge has also recently acted on behalf of Alan Warwick, Colin Davis and Christopher White who was also acquitted after trial.

Ian Bridge is regularly instructed nationwide to defend those charged with causing death by dangerous driving, causing death by careless driving and causing serious injury by dangerous driving. He has acted in numerous cases including those where medical and mechanical issues arise. These cases often require the instruction of multiple defence expert witnesses and give rise to complex issues on causation. Ian Bridge has specialised in these difficult and tragic cases in recent years. If you think he may be able to help you or your client his clerks can be contacted by telephone on 0845 210 5555 or by email via [email protected].

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