Is the rear driver always at fault for a rear-end collision? Or can the lead driver also be at fault? In this video, California accident attorney Neil Shouse explains.
While the rear driver is usually found to be at fault, this is not always the case. The lead driver can be at fault in 3 common situations: (1) when the lead driver unsafely pulls into the lane, (2) when the lead driver changes lanes unsafely, cutting off the rear driver, and (3) when the lead driver brakes suddenly and abruptly for no apparent reason.
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