I’m a Victim of Road Rage: Now What?
Whether you are newly starting out on the road, or have been driving for decades, you’ve likely come across the typical, overly-aggressive driver who is too quick to honk their horn or angrily change lanes without warning. This creates a sense of uneasiness for all drivers, as this unpredictable and hostile style of driving creates a dangerous environment for everyone on the road. Unfortunately, countless drivers engage in this kind of behavior and road rage has risen as one of the foremost reasons for car accidents.
Road rage accidents can result in very serious injuries, even death. Someone else’s uncontrollable emotions cannot and should not be taken out on innocent bystanders who abide by road safety and traffic laws. If someone chooses to risk his or her own life while also endangering the lives of others with little regard to the damage they may cause, they deserve to be met with the full force of the law.
Signs of an Aggressive Driver
If you know what to look out for, you can prevent yourself from being the collateral damage of another person’s road rage. Dangerous driving practices which suggest a volatile driver include racing, driving on the side of the road to skip traffic, passing in no-pass lanes, and tailgating. Failing to obey traffic laws or not yielding to other drivers are also strong indications of a driver’s recklessness.
Injured in Santa Clarita Due to Road Rage? Contact Our Personal Injury Attorney Today
At the Law Office of Robert J. Kaiser, we know that after an accident is when you need an advocate the most. If you have been injured due to another person’s road rage or otherwise reckless driving, look no further for Santa Clarita lawyers who will readily offer you reliable, personalized, and comprehensive legal services. Our legal team is compassionate about all you have endured and relentless in our pursuit of justice on your behalf.
Would you like to speak to someone from the Law Office of Robert J. Kaiser? Reach our firm by calling (661) 441-3446 at your earliest convenience.