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Harding v Hinchclife (1964)Powell v Moody (1966)Clarke v Windchurch (1969)Worsfold v Howie (1980)Fagan v Jeffers (2005)Davis v Schrogin (2006)Woodham v Turner (2012)Burton v Evitt (2011)Jones v Lawton (2013)
Harding v Hinchcliffe (1964)Powell v Hansen and Chin (2001)Mackeldon v Hinton (2005)Farley v Buckley (2007)Heaton v Herzog (2008)Hamilton v O’Kane and Another (2009)Duncan v WalsheVincent Ringe v Eden Springs (UK) Ltd (2012)Woodham v Turner 2012Brooks v Burgess (1996)Dowling v Dargue (1996)Garston Warehousing Co v O F Smart (Liverpool) (1973)Laws v Williams & Anor  EWHC 1871 (QB) (18th July, 2018)Stark v Lyddon 2019Shevlin v European Metal Recycling Ltd  EWHC 1695 (QB)
Sharp v Avery (1938)Smith v Harris (1939)Thompson v Spedding (1973)Clift v Hawes (1999)Dorning v Personal Representatives of Paul Rigby (2007)Lindsay v Lamb (2007)Bellingham and Others v Todd (2011)
Hillman v Tompkins (1995)Pell v Moseley (2003)Shaw v Russell and Another (2004)Morrison v Gardener (2005)Davis v Schrogin (2006)Ogden and Chadwick v Barber and Higgs (2008)Beasley v Alexander (2012)
Ratter v Halcrow (2005)Scott v Gavigan  EWCA Civ 544Drunk pedestrian runs out in front of motorcyclist, causing a collision.
Grace v Tanner (2003)
Askey v Wood (2005)John Mosier v Thomas Simpson (2001)Arnot v Sprake (2001)Whiteford v Kubas UAB (Court of Appeal Civil Division) 9th May 2012Hardy v Walder (1984)Russell v NFU Mutual (2014)McIntosh v Aviva Insurance UK Ltd  SC EDIN 2
Bingham v Fuller (1997)Waller v Levoi (1968)Askey v Wood (2005)Dale McFarlane v Barry Thain and James Campbell (2007)Ringe v Eden Springs (UK) Ltd QBD 12/1/12Hardy v Walder (1984)Goad v Butcher Collision between speeding motorcyclist and tractor that had cut a corner whilst turning.McPherson v Smith & Ors  EWHC 1433 (QB)Everett v Dyer (2019)Hernandez v Acar (2019)Stark v Lyddon
Wadsworth v Gillespie (1978)Davis v Swinwood (2003)Higgins v Johnson (2008)
Baker v KTM Sportmotorcycle UK Ltd  EWCA Civ 378Motorcyclist sues KTM for brake seizure.
Capps v Miller (1989)Failure by a motorcyclist to fasten the chin strap of his crash helmet can amount to contributory negligence.
Amy Cockburn v MCE Insurance Company Limited 2019 SC EDIN 75Motorcyclist and car collide at a corner on a country road. Both blame each for encroaching but there are no witnesses.
Everett v DyerA motorcyclist riding at 100mph just prior to the incident results in 25% contributory negligence due to causative potency.
Hernandez v Acar A speeding motorcyclist and car collide at a junction. Blame is apportioned 60/40 in favour of the motorcyclist due to causitive potency.
Stark v LyddonA speeding motorcyclist travelling at more than twice the speed limit had his damages reduced by 70% as it was seen to the prime causitive factor for the collision.
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