Motorcycle Law

Kyriacou v Finch (2021)

Case Law Motorcycle Law
February 12, 2024

Speeding scooter rider overtakes van at junction and collides with a car which cuts the corner and pulls out in front of him.

Motorcycle Law

Hernandez v Acar

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February 12, 2024

A speeding motorcyclist and car collide at a junction. Blame is apportioned 60/40 in favour of the motorcyclist due to causative potency.

Motorcycle Law

Lindsay v Lamb (2007)

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February 12, 2024

Collision between scooter rider and a line of stopped cars. Lorry driving behind fails to stop behind the cars, one of which had a flat tyre, resulting in scooter rider

Motorcycle Law

Dorning v Personal Representatives of Paul Rigby (2007)

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February 12, 2024

Motorcyclist injured as a result of the lead motorcyclist in a convoy failing to negotiate a left turn, crossing onto the other side of the road where he was confronted

Motorcycle Law

Clift v Hawes (1999)

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February 12, 2024

Motorcyclists injured in collision caused by the debris of another incident on the same road.

Motorcycle Law

Stark v Lyddon [2019] EWCH 2076 (QB)

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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

Motorcycle Law

Amy Cockburn v MCE Insurance

Case Law Motorcycle Law
February 12, 2024

In a collision between a motorist and a motorcyclist, the judge rules in favour of the evidence presented by the motorcyclist. 

Motorcycle Law

Lambert v Clayton EWCA Civ 237

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February 12, 2024

A speeding motorcycle collides with pickup and trailer turning right into a farm just after a blind summit.

Motorcycle Law

McKee v Tough and NFU

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February 12, 2024

Car driver travelling at speed hits the rear of a trailer which is across the white line on a bend and collides with vehicle travelling behind.

Motorcycle Law

YYY & Anor v ZZZ

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February 12, 2024

Contributory negligence case where car driver was blamed motorcyclist for being partly at fault for a collision where the pillion suffered a brain damage injury.

Motorcycle Law

Capps v Miller (1989)

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February 12, 2024

A 16-year-old boy was knocked from his moped when turning into his driveway at night by a driver overtaking other traffic at speed with excess alcohol in their system.

Motorcycle Law

Everett v Dyer 2019

Case Law Motorcycle Law
February 12, 2024

Motorcyclist collides with van which moves unexpectedly from one lane to another causing the motorcyclist to brake suddenly and be thrown from his motorbike.

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