Yeah true but when you have better feel of your brakes and grip even in emergency you will handle the brakes better. I ride since 2007. I had one crash since then on a cbf250. I tried to overtake a lady on a car on a crosswalk and she remembered that she wanted to turn almost after the cross so without any indication light she fully braked and turned left... I started braking and turning left but there was no room. I ended up hitting on her left rear door and then dropped down but I didn't lock the front wheel and drop by my own. I am telling you this story to show you that even in emergency situation if you have developed a good control of the brakes you will be able to handle the bike a lot better because imho the crash you had was easily avoidable. It was just that you got scared of the car, and locked your wheel.
But the part that you mention about your speed is very important. I noticed on the videos that you drive way too fast in town roads with a lot of traffic. In areas like that you should ride a lot slower to have room for escape or evade. The way you ride in the town practically leaves you at the mercy of other drivers. If someone crosses a STOP sign or changes a lane without notice you will not have the ability to evade that.