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When three different solicitors offer three different sets of advice, who do you listen to? The right answer is our Andrew, of course!
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Q I was moving past traffic that was stacked up on the way into Brighton. I was approaching road works that had shut off one lane, and as my lane was on red and the oncoming traffic had not started coming through, I was moving round the outside of the traffic at about 40mph. The speed limit is 50mph. As I was passing I saw a car emerging out of the traffic on my left and into a petrol station. According to the police I left a seven-metre skid mark and I banged into the side of a car. I sustained a broken wrist which healed up pretty well after about 12 weeks.

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