I can confirm that ERYC has done their typical “bucket of tarmac job, to you to me style” patch job to potholes on Moor Lane caused by the prison construction site traffic.
I should correct that – they have done their typical “bucket of tarmac job, to you to me style” patch job to one pothole.
Silly me, wrong again.
ERYC have done their typical “bucket of tarmac job, to you to me style” to THE pothole.
THE pothole that damaged the tyre of my wife’s car! Please see Be Aware – Prison Construction Damaging Road.
Why Just THE Pothole?
So why has ERYC only patched THE pothole? Could it be because:
- As per the FOI Act I requested a copy of the Risk Assessment for the management and maintenance of this road while the new Prison is being constructed?
- Or that I asked, “Could you please advise how my wife can make a claim against ERYC for the damage to her tyre and for the inconvenience and distress caused?”
- Or that ERYC is aware of my legal knowledge and my legal network as demonstrated in Case Study 1?
Damage, Inconvenience And Distress Caused
In the interests of the public purse let us hope ERYC address my wife’s claim with “due and reasonable consideration” to “damage to her tyre and for the inconvenience and distress caused”.
Could failure to give “due and reasonable consideration” to my wife’s claim ultimately result in hundreds of “cut and paste” legal actions from ERYC residents for damage caused by potholes to their cars?
Of course, as always, I know nowt!
You must be logged in to post a comment.