The last clear chance is a reply pled by a plaintiff in response to a defendant’s allegation of contributory negligence. Under the doctrine of last clear chance, a plaintiff may recover if he is able to show that the defendant had the last clear chance to avoid the accident, but failed to do so (see also—contributory negligence).
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