If you are looking for a legal definition, you’ll find differing interpretations in the Highways Act, the Road Traffic Act, and the Public Order Act.
S9 of the Public Order Act 1936 probably provides as clear meaning as any, stating:
“Public place” includes any highway ……. and any other premises or place to which at the material time the public have or are permitted to have access, whether on payment or otherwise.”
This page is your gateway to finding out about the different types of accidents in public places and what to do if you’ve been injured in such an accident ( and it wasn’t your fault).
If we haven’t answered any of the questions you want to know the answer to, please call us at Mooneerams on 029 2048 3615, and one of our experienced personal injury team will be pleased to help you.