This paper was presented at the OTLA Fall Conference 2010 in Toronto, Ontario.
Everyone knows that driving at night is considerably different from driving during the day. Objects are harder to see, drivers must rely on artificial lighting, and factors such as fatigue and alcohol consumption frequently play a role in motor vehicle collisions. In addition, there are a number of other, less commonly understood issues, which plaintiff’s counsel should consider. These issues may arise in cases involving night time collisions where liability is at issue.
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