L. A. No. 22246
39 Cal. 2d 290; 246 P.2d 663; 1952
The doctrine of last clear chance rarely applied in cases involving high speed collisions between vehicles because it was extremely difficult to determine which party, if any, had a meaningful last clear chance to avoid an accident.
Carter, Jesse W., "Rodabaugh v. Tekus [DISSENT]" (1952). Jesse Carter Opinions. 377.