THis one's long....
Riding north with the flow of traffic on Spruce Ave, a residential street, Albert is drafting behind Bill at 21mph.
Suddenly, a young girl rushes out into the street to get a football.
Bill slams on his brakes to avoid the girl. Albert, to avoid hitting Bill, swerves onto the corner of Harriet's yard, leaving no damage; continues throug a corner of Johnny's front yard, leaving tire ruts; swerves back into the street to avoid a large oak tree, and hits Ted's car, damaging the mirror.
Albert picks up the pieces of the broken mirror, and, intending to purchase a replacement for the car's owner and return the broken parts, puts the pieces in his bag.
As Albert and Bill collect themselves and begin to ride away, Ted runs out of his house. Ted runs after Albert, waving his arms and shouting for him to stop. When Ted lunges for Albert, Albert--worried that Ted may attack him--swings his pump at Ted, cutting Ted's arm.
Albert and Bill are liable / not liable for: