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Common Factors of Reckless Driving


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As licensed motorists in Florida, we are always responsible for practicing safe driving techniques and obey to state driving laws. However, those who neglect laws and blatantly drive in a reckless manner typically cause auto accidents that result in serious bodily injuries and even fatalities.

If you have suffered an injury after being involved in a car accident with a reckless driver, our Dunedin car accident lawyers are dedicated to recovering your entitled compensation.

With over 30 years of collective experience, we possess the extensive knowledge of state driving laws and court processes to help you navigate through the potential complexities of your case. We can fight for you while you make the best possible recovery from your injury.

Common Factors of Reckless Driving

Reckless driving, also known as aggressive driving, is a contributing factor for over a third of automobile accidents in the United States. This type of driving entails a variety of moving traffic violations. These specific behaviors places the lives of other drivers, passengers, and pedestrians in danger.

Common factors for reckless driving includes:

  • Speeding
  • Drunk or drugged driving
  • Tailgating
  • Racing
  • Improper lane changes
  • Running red lights and stop signs
  • Cutting drivers off
  • Using highway shoulders, carpool lanes, or emergency lanes to pass traffic
  • Crossing the double yellow line to pass traffic

Let Our Dunedin Car Accident Attorneys Begin Your Case Today

At Paulsen Law Group, we understand what it takes to obtain the monetary compensation you deserve. Our Dunedin car accident lawyers serve Hillsborough County, Pinellas County, and the Tampa Bay area. We are capable of guiding you throughout the entire legal process of filing a claim with the at-fault party’s insurance company.

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