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Van Tent v. Abbotsford (City), unaware of a two-inch drop-off associated with construction at the edge of the pavement. He was thrown from his motorcycle COURT OF APPEAL FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
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Racine v. Porco, “wheelie”, meaning that he pulled up the front wheel of the bike and continued to travel forward on the rear tire; motorcycle accelerated sharply. The plaintiff lost control and was thrown off. The motorcycle crashed corrected judgment
Welygan v. Willms, when in attempting to negotiate a left-hand turn in the roadway, Mr. Willms leaned the bike too far to the left, causing it to fall over,
Hubbs v. Escueta, motorcycle Mr. Hubbs was riding was involved in a collision with the vehicle driven by the defendant
Cikojevic v. Timm, I awarded the plaintiff these damages for personal injuries she suffered in a motor vehicle accident; Cikojevik v. Timm; parties have raised post-judgment issues that required further findings.
McStravick v. Metzler, operator of a motorcycle and Ms. McStravick was his passenger when they were involved in an accident on the northbound approach to the Mission Bridge.
HD REBUKED, 'REPREHENSIBLE' - Burgess v. Buell Distribution Corporation, plaintiff seeks documents; alleges accident caused by "wobble" from malfunction including the motorcycle itself, the sidecar kit and the hydraulic steering damper of Harley-Davidson
$294,761.50 - Taylor v. Depew, plaintiff’s motorbike collided head-on with the defendant’s dune buggy on a narrow dirt road as each rounded a corner.
Walker v. Doe, whether two of the draft questions, questions 8 and 9, should properly go to the jury.
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