In a trucking accident case, there was no question about who caused the collision. A tractor-trailer changed lanes and the truck driver didn?t see a passenger car in his blind spot. He hit the back corner of the car and sent it spinning into a guardrail. So, what caused the accident wasn?t an issue in this case. But the damages certainly were.
Admitting Liability: Trying Cases on Damages Alone
The Legal Intelligencer
September 11, 2013