I've just received a letter from the solicitor of the blind dipstick that ran me over. I've got a photo of her car and the only discernable damage was a cracked number plate. So I'm curious as to what damages she might have suffered. The trauma of seeing a bleeding unconcious bloke lying in the rain under her car for half an hour, perhaps? I find it hard to feel any sympathy for her as I still can't move my arm and have been told to 'give it a year or so'. And it was utterly, utterly, totally, 100% her fault in my honest opinion. She drove into me, ffs. Her solicitors claim I hit her *stationary vehicle*. Yeah, right. They go on to list my 'negligence and breach of statutory duty' as follows: - cycling without due care and attention - failure to give prior warning of direction - failure to apply brakes to avoid a collision - failure to keep a proper lookout - failure to give consideration to other road users and they reserve the right for their client to add to these allegations! I could get a bit annoyed if I wasn't treating the whole legal thing as a rather engaging game.