Mackeldon v Hinton (2005)

A motorcyclist was following a motor vehicle. The motor vehicle took a sudden left hand turn. The Mackeldon v Hinton Accident Reconstructionmotorcyclist performed an emergency stop but was thrown from his bike and collided with the motor vehicle. The motor vehicle driver had indicated late and the motorcyclist had been travelling too close to him.

Motorcyclist 70% to blame

Driver 30% to blame.

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