Heaton v Herzog (2008)

A car driver exiting from a minor road collided with a motorcycle travelling at excessive speed along Heaton v Herzog Accident Reconstructionthe main road. The car driver's line of vision was partially blocked by parked cars. The court held that the car driver was under a continuing obligation to give way to traffic on the major road and take extreme care moving off especially if sight-lines were reduced. However, there was no doubt that the motorcyclist was travelling at excessive speed.

Driver 25% blame      motorcyclist 75% to blame.

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