Sun Glare Held Not To Create an Emergency for Driver Who Struck and Killed Pedestrian

New York’s Court of Appeals has held that a driver who, while making a left turn, struck and killed a pedestrian whom he did not see until only a fraction of a second before hitting her because of sun glare, was not entitled to have the jury instructed on the emergency doctrine. Lifson v. City of Syracuse and Derek KlinkRead the rest