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    How to respond to road rage – injury solicitors in Castle Combe

    At some point or another it is likely that you will be confronted with road rage, whether it is your own or the road rage of another driver. If you are faced with an angry driver then it is critical that you handle the situation well so that you don’t risk getting into an accident or being injured by the driver themselves. Staying away from the situation is always the best thing you can do, but in some situations this will not be possible. Here is what you should do if you are faced with this situation.

    Avoid the situation

    This is key to avoiding any kind of violent confrontation. You need to try not to engage with the driver even if they are trying to get your attention and being quite forceful. Apologise if you were at fault, but then refuse to get drawn into an argument or confrontation. If you are able to drive away, then do so. If not then try to remain passive and listen to them but do not get drawn into an argument.

    Stay in your car

    The other driver may want you to get out of your car to talk to them, but outside of your car you are much more vulnerable. Roll up your windows and lock the doors so that the other driver does not have access to you, and stay where you are.

    Call the police

    If the other driver is refusing to calm down or walk away from the situation then call the police from inside your vehicle. You can tell the other driver that you have done so if you feel that this will help the situation, as it may cause them to walk away sooner. If not then just sit in your locked vehicle and wait for the police to arrive. Once they do, it is likely that the other driver will calm down immediately.

    When to find injury solicitors in Castle Combe

    If you have been injured by a driver experiencing road rage, whether it has turned into an accident or they have assaulted you directly, you may be able to claim compensation for your injuries using injury solicitors in Castle Combe. Claiming compensation will help you to pay for medical treatment or help around the home whilst you recover, but can also help you to achieve closure on the situation, and feel that it has been dealt with appropriately.

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    Accident Advice Helpline has over 15 years’ experience with personal injury compensation claims, and can provide you with friendly and professional injury solicitors in Castle Combe who will work with you on your claim. Your injury solicitors in Castle Combe will work on a 100% no win no fee basis to get you the compensation you deserve, and you shouldn’t even have to go to court. Call the helpline on 0800 689 0500 to make a start on your claim.

    Date Published: 5th December 2013

    Author: David Brown

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