An elderly rollerblader has been found responsible for a collision he had with a pedestrian. He has been ordered to pay accident claims compensation to the injured man.
The 90 year old was rollerblading down a track when he lost control and collided with a man walking his dog. The walker was taken to hospital where he was treated to injuries to his leg, neck and back.
The pensioner denied he was negligent and that the collision could not be avoided. Eye witnesses however, stated that the 90 year old was not in control of his actions and that the dog walker was in no way responsible for the accident.
The pensioner was ordered by the court to pay £6,000 in compensation to the pedestrian at £5 per week.
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