A person must use reasonable care in driving a vehicle. Drivers must keep a lookout for pedestrians, obstacles, and other vehicles. They must also control the speed and movement of their vehicles. The failure to use reasonable care in driving a vehicle is negligence.
Jury Trials, Jury Instructions
Where the sufficiency of evidence is at issue, inquiry is limited on review to whether the record shows “slight or, at least, some evidence upon the issue. In order to find that the giving of any certain jury instruction was not warranted by the evidence, the appellate court must find that, as a matter of law, there is in the record not even slight or inconclusive evidence on the point covered by the instruction. The appellate court must, therefore, examine the evidence, and the reasonable inferences that may be drawn therefrom, in the manner most favorable to the prevailing party, resolving all conflicts in the evidence so as to uphold the judgment.
Stanton v. Dohmann, 271 Cal. App. 2d 488
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