Is a defendant liable for failing to signal or look in either a rear view or side mirror?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Willett v. Rose, 2017 BCSC 627 (CanLII):

In Eccleston v. Dresen, 2009 BCSC 332, the plaintiff driver of a left turning vehicle had slowed down, but failed to signal or to look in either the rear view or side mirror. However, the defendant was also liable because:

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