Dale McFarlane v Barry Thain and James Campbell

McFarlane was the pillion passenger on the speeding motorcycle involved in a collision with an elderly car driver who emerged from a junction. The motorcyclist, although speeding, had right of way. The pillion passenger had not fastened the straps on his helmet. The primary cause of the accident was the speed of the motorcyclist.

Motorcyclist 100% to blame.

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