Man claims case, in which both were found equally to blame, may set alarming precedent

A cyclist who knocked over a woman who was looking at her mobile phone while crossing a road has been ordered to pay about £100,000 in compensation and costs in a case he claims could set an alarming precedent.

Both the cyclist, Robert Hazeldean, a garden designer, and the pedestrian, Gemma Brushett, who works in finance, were left unconscious after the rush-hour collision in July 2015.

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