Motorcycle Law

Grace v Tanner (2003)

Case Law Motorcycle Law
February 21, 2024

Motorcyclist collides with car at a roundabout where a car fails to take the exit dictated by the lane they were driving in.

Motorcycle Law

Burton v Evitt (2011)

Case Law Motorcycle Law
February 12, 2024

Motorcyclist overtakes a row of stationary traffic and collides with lead vehicle which is turning right. Driver 20% to blame (on appeal).

Motorcycle Law

Jones v Lawton (2013)

Case Law Motorcycle Law
February 12, 2024

Motorcyclist filtering using opposing carriageway collides with vehicle pulling across his path at a junction. Driver 2/3rd to blame.

Motorcycle Law

Fagan v Jeffers (2005)

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February 12, 2024

Motorcyclist undertakes stationary vehicles and collides with a car. Driver 50% to blame.

Motorcycle Law

Davis v Schrogin (2006)

Case Law Motorcycle Law
February 12, 2024

Motorcyclist overtaking a stationary queue of traffic when a car does a U-turn. Driver 100% to blame.

Motorcycle Law

Woodham v Turner (2012)

Case Law Motorcycle Law
February 12, 2024

Motorcyclist filtering past a stationary tractor and trailer at a junction collide with bus which is turning out. Driver 50% to blame.

Motorcycle Law

Worsfold v Howe (1980)

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February 12, 2024

Motorcyclist filters past stationary tanker at a junction and collides with vehicle crossing in front. Driver 50% to blame.

Motorcycle Law

Powell v Moody (1966)

Case Law Motorcycle Law
February 12, 2024

Motorcyclist filtering on offside of two rows of stationary cars collides with car driver. Driver 20% to blame.

Motorcycle Law

Harding v Hinchcliffe (1964)

Case Law Motorcycle Law
February 12, 2024

Car pulls out from junction and hits motorcycle filtering past a bus. Driver 100% to blame.

Motorcycle Law

Ringe v Eden Springs (UK) Ltd QBD 12/1/12

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February 12, 2024

Motorcyclist overtakes stationary lorry at junction and collides with exiting vehicle. Motorcyclist entered hatched lines to do so and was also carrying too much speed.

Motorcycle Law

Clarke v Winchurch (1969)

Case Law Motorcycle Law
February 12, 2024

Bus signals car to exit from junction but filtering moped not seen by bus driver on the offside collides with car.

Motorcycle Law

Stark v Lyddon [2019] EWCH 2076 (QB)

Case Law Motorcycle Law
February 12, 2024

Motorcyclist collides with car as it pulls out from a car park. Car at fault. Should have seen motorcycle. Motorcyclist above speed limit which contributed to the severity of the

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