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When you’ve been injured in a road rage accident, your whole life can be turned upside down.
Road rage is a scary thing to witness and continues to be a persistent issue on our roads. According to the NHTSA, in 2018, there were 9,378 fatalities in crashes where at least one driver was speeding and driving aggressively. Plus, for more than 20 years, one-third of all motor vehicle crashes involved speeding and risky driving.
After being a victim of aggressive driving, you may want to focus on healing, but instead, you are dealing with tons of medical bills, lost paychecks, and insurance paperwork. And to top it all off, the accident was caused by someone else’s negligent road rage behavior.
Aggressive driving is dangerous, negligent, and illegal.
If you were injured in a road rage accident, you need the best road rage accident lawyer to represent you and your family. Contact Farah and Farah 24/7 at (877) 245-6707 or contact us online to receive your free case review.
Road rage — also known as aggressive driving or risky driving — is defined as hostile and angry behavior behind the wheel. Most of us have experienced road rage behaviors firsthand, such as speeding, tailgating, honking, or racing.
There are many different triggers that may contribute to road rage. A normally perfectly safe driver can turn into a road hazard if they are running late, stuck in traffic, or if they are experiencing unrelated stress.
Drivers may also get road rage as a reaction to other drivers who are driving carefully or slowly, or to other aggressive drivers. This means that road rage can be very contagious and poses a danger to everybody on the road.
With all of the many stressors we experience on the road, it can be easy to feel angry behind the wheel. However, letting that anger get out of control can cause aggressive driving, which puts all other drivers at risk.
No matter what caused a bout of road rage, aggressive driving is unsafe, illegal, and negligent. There is no excuse for injuring someone else just because your emotions are running high. If you or a loved one was injured in a road rage accident, you deserve justice.
While dangerous driving can be scary to witness, knowing the signs of road rage can help you avoid aggressive drivers on the road.
Some common signs of road rage behavior include:
Road rage is tricky since the behavior can also provoke others to act out. The best way to avoid road rage is to take some simple defensive driving measures:
Ultimately, it’s always better to stay away and avoid engaging with road ragers. These defensive strategies will help keep you safer on the road.
If you or a loved one was injured in a road rage accident, you may be shocked, upset, and unsure of what to do next. Between lost paychecks, medical bills, and endless insurance paperwork, the aftermath of a road rage accident can be overwhelming. And to top it all off, bad faith insurance agencies are intimidating you or lowballing your compensation.
It’s important to act swiftly after a car accident and hire a road rage accident lawyer as soon as possible.
Being in an aggressive driving accident can cause emotional, physical, and financial hardship. You just want to get things back to normal, but a road rager’s negligent behavior has taken a toll on your quality of life. That’s where a road rage accident attorney can help.
At Farah & Farah, we understand how a road rage accident can drastically change your life. We’ve dealt with many aggressive driving accidents in the past and know how to support you through this difficult time. Our experienced road rage accident lawyers have been getting results for our clients for decades.