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Proving Liability in Rear End Collision Accidents

When an action arises from a rear-end collision, there is usually a presumption that the rear driver is negligent. The general rule is that a rear-end collision with a vehicle that is stopped or is in process of stopping creates a prima facie case of liability with respect to the driver.

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