|Solar elevation||-9° (night)|
|Light conditions||Darkness - no lighting|
|Weather||Fine no high winds|
|Road type||Single carriageway|
|Pedestrian crossing (human)?||None within 50 metres|
|Junction?||Not at junction or within 20 metres|
|Involved||1 vehicle, and 1 casualty|
|Special conditions at site||None|
|Speed limit||60 mph|
|Pedestrian crossing (physical)?||No physical crossing facilities within 50 metres|
Bethany Probert, then 13, was mowed down while walking home from a horse-riding lesson down a country lane in Silverstone, Northamptonshire.
A teenager seriously injured in an accident could lose out on compensation because she was not wearing a hi-vis jacket.
She was awarded full compensation of between £3 and £5 million - now insurance giants Churchill are appealing against the decision
The parents of a teenage girl left brain damaged by a speeding motorist are facing a £500,000 care bill after an insurance giant argued SHE was partly to blame.
Insurance group Churchill has brought a case against a teenage girl they say was partly responsible for being knocked down by a car.
Insurance giants Churchill are appealing against a multi-million pound compensation claim by a teenager left with brain damage in a car accident on the grounds she was not wearing a high-visibility jacket.
The parents of a 13-year-old girl left brain damaged by a speeding motorist are facing a £500,000 care bill after an insurance giant argued she was partly to blame.