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  • Aggressive Driving Is On The Increase: Your Car Accident Compensation Claim

    September 14, 2018

    A recent study involving 12,000 Ontario motor-vehicle drivers showed an alarming correlation between an aggressive style of driving and possibility of accidents. The drivers were given a series of questions to answer and their replies provide important clues to the cause of accidents.

    More than 30% of those who took the survey admitted that they experienced short bursts of rage while driving. They reported that they had indulged in cursing, screaming and displaying offensive gestures to other road users. Though this behavior may seem insignificant, psychologists find that it is as distracting as texting while driving in terms of the way it affects a person’s driving habits. Aggression while driving can have almost the same effect as being impaired by marijuana or other narcotics, since it may create the same level of altered consciousness and judgment. As a result, such behavior can just as easily cause an accident as using a phone or briefly taking your eyes off the road. More than 200 Ontarians admit they felt such intense rage that they were willing to risk getting into a collision or injure another person.

    Aggressive behavior includes improper following, speeding, failing to yield, not paying attention to weather or traffic conditions, improper passing, risky driving maneuvers, etc. If you or a dear one has been injured in an accident caused by an aggressive driver, contact an experienced personal injury lawyer immediately. You may be entitled to compensation. We can help you to put together a robust claim backed by evidence of aggression while driving.

  • Aggressive Driving Is On The Increase: Your Car Accident Compensation Claim

    September 14, 2018

    A recent study involving 12,000 Ontario motor-vehicle drivers showed an alarming correlation between an aggressive style of driving and possibility of accidents. The drivers were given a series of questions to answer and their replies provide important clues to the cause of accidents.

    More than 30% of those who took the survey admitted that they experienced short bursts of rage while driving. They reported that they had indulged in cursing, screaming and displaying offensive gestures to other road users. Though this behavior may seem insignificant, psychologists find that it is as distracting as texting while driving in terms of the way it affects a person’s driving habits. Aggression while driving can have almost the same effect as being impaired by marijuana or other narcotics, since it may create the same level of altered consciousness and judgment. As a result, such behavior can just as easily cause an accident as using a phone or briefly taking your eyes off the road. More than 200 Ontarians admit they felt such intense rage that they were willing to risk getting into a collision or injure another person.

    Aggressive behavior includes improper following, speeding, failing to yield, not paying attention to weather or traffic conditions, improper passing, risky driving maneuvers, etc. If you or a dear one has been injured in an accident caused by an aggressive driver, contact an experienced personal injury lawyer immediately. You may be entitled to compensation. We can help you to put together a robust claim backed by evidence of aggression while driving.