Tractor-trailer Slamming Into Traffic Stopped Due to Prior Accident Was a “Foreseeable Byproduct” of Initial Accident, Barring Summary Judgment in Favor of Driver Who Had Previously Crashed and Was Stopped in Traffic for a Long Period of Time

This highly interesting decision claims to be in line with our jurisdictions, but it appears to carve out additional liability, even in situations where the party seeking summary judgment is not the proximate cause of the subject accident….
By: Marshall Dennehey
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