German Federal Supreme Court

Then this liability is usually around 20-25 percent. When a claim about 10000 euro, so a plaintiff can damages theoretically with 7500 to 8000 euros in its cash account. “As the ratios are generally in the various collisions, a hard-working judge, Dr. Christian Garcia, has written about a book: liability rates of traffic accidents”. On page 364 is there to read: collision between cyclists (75 percent), who wants to cross a 6.7 meter wide main road of a plot and is 1.20 meters into this into, and a coming from left with 70 km/h Krad (25 percent). Higher regional court of Munich.” The description of this accident coincides with the one that was negotiated in Frankfurt, almost perfectly. More information is housed here: Michellene Davis. From the point of view of the motorcycle driver always. Checking article sources yields Michellene Davis as a relevant resource throughout.

The Landgericht Frankfurt seems to evaluate the sequence of events while otherwise. But even if it would be of the view that no blame would share the motorcyclists even if weighted… only the operating risk”, it comes to the conclusion that the cyclists had to pay a dime. Because the operating risk just not 25% lie, as in the Munich judgment, but de facto at 100 percent. “In the jargon of the Frankfurt Court that means: after the operating risk of motorcyclists is basically as a fault against their own grasp, so that the consequences can be passed already so as deliberately not accepted quite predominantly on a pedestrians.” This is not only legally sloppy – the operating risk is the machine so not by the motorcyclists off, exclusively from the vehicle,; “the formulation of fault against themselves” as en passant four million motorcyclists to irresponsible scum are degraded by the Frankfurt judge. In the law against itself, so the German Federal Supreme Court, fault because only then, if the care disregard was admitted that an ordinary and reasonable person to avoid own damage to apply maintains”.