Powell V Hansen and Chin (2001)

A collision occurred at a crossroads where two cars had been waiting to turn right at traffic lights.Powell v Hansen and Chin Accident Reconstruction The first car completed the turn but the second car was hit by a speeding motorcyclist. The car had proceeded over the stop line. The speeding motorcyclist was however travelling ahead on a course he was entitled to take as he had right of way. The motorcyclist could not avoid the collision as a result of excessive speed.

Driver 80% to blame       Motorcyclist 20% to blame.

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