Is there any case law where the defence called no evidence to support the presumption of negligence in a motor vehicle accident case?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Mark v. Guelph (City), 2013 ONCA 536 (CanLII):

This case is clearly distinguishable from El Dali v. Panjalingam, 2013 ONCA 24 (CanLII) where the defence called no evidence to rebut the presumption and more or less conceded that his negligence contributed to the accident.

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