Young Chewy in our lab was riding this morning along a shared use path (same as I often do) and rode over those grooved paving slabs they put in the path (I think for the blind), they were wet/frosty and caused the front wheel to slip from under her. She landed on her face, has lost 2 front teeth, badly bruised face and lips, damaged hand and is obviously off-work. Bike damage (Joey Chameleon) as yet unknown. Writing, typing, talking and eating due to swelling difficult for her right now. Another colleague walking to work this morning witnessed another cyclist coming off on exactly the bobbled bits (again for the blind) on another part of the cycle path. These grooved slabs are lethal on a cyclepath, I've advised everybody I meet to ride across them at 90 degrees to the groove direction (on the walking side of the path) after nearly coming a cropper on a damp night. She's obvously going to need a lot of dental work. Can she claim/Sue the council for a hazardous surface poorly intended for cycling use? Any advice I can forward to her. BTW, she is not a CTC member. Anybody any suggestions?