In a rear-end collision, does the following driver have any responsibility for causing the collision?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Uy v Dhillon, 2019 BCSC 1136 (CanLII):

As a result, in a rear‑end collision, an inference of negligence is usually drawn if there is no explanation as to how the collision could have occurred in the absence of the following driver’s negligence: see Wright v. Mistry, 2017 BCSC 239 at paras. 16-18.

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