Heading home from work this afternoon, dropped into my old unit to see if there was any mail, there wasn't, so I turned back up to waterworks road. Ahead I see the 121 stop at the stop sign, I was doing 50km/h, then they pulled out, first reactions, brake n horn, two toots on the horn then bang! Connected with the RH front quater panel, skip ahead a second and I'm on the ground watching the 121 pull up and the pilot open the door just near my head and ask if I'm all right. I was still in the process of checking that out, but said I was ok, lay there for a good minute, after checking for all the right feeling and no soreness I got up, to see about 20 locals gathered. I looked down at the sad SV, fork oil all over the road front wheel hanging off. People start asking if I'm alright, a kind lady offered to be a witness and gave me pen and paper and her details. Ambos collared me and took me to the RBH, all clear from them. Not a bruise graze or cut on me, nor scratch on any of my gear. Sooo lucky to walk away with a just stiff back. The 121 had a bent in RH front wheel and panel damage, aswell as RH passenger door damage. The SV front end is rooted, lever and mirror snapped, bar end bent, LH muffler and rear indicator damaged, I think the tail has also twisted. I couldn't see a mark on the engine or tank. I'm still to set up the claim so that story will be future Anthony's problem. Lessons learnt, ATGATT worked, and complacency isn't forgiveable.