L. A. No. 24861
50 Cal. 2d 617; 327 P.2d 897; 1958
Although a driver rear-ended another car, there was sufficient evidence for a jury to conclude that the driver took reasonable steps to maintain his brakes, and therefore the driver was able to overcome the statutory presumption of negligence.
Carter, Jesse W., "Alarid v. Vanier [DISSENT]" (1958). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 35.