If I put concrete blocks on my land and someone drives into them, am I liable?

If I put concrete blocks on my land and someone drives into them, am I liable?

Asked on 8 October 2018 by Roy Gleiwitz

Answered by Tim Kelly
I would need more specific information to correctly advise. It depends if they are deemed to be a risk to the general public. If so, you should have appropriate signage to make people aware. If the blocks are huge, clearly visible, and used to block a pathway to your property, if someone drove into them, it would be down to them.
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