Aggressive Driving

Speeding means exceeding the posted speed limit, driving too fast for conditions or racing. It is a contributing factor in almost one-third of fatal car accidents in our country, according to the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA).

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says speeding is part of a broader problem of “aggressive driving.” The NHTSA defines aggressive driving as “a combination of moving traffic offenses so as to endanger other persons or property.” In addition to speeding, these offenses include abrupt lane changes, dangerous passing, following too closely (or tailgating) and ignoring traffic signals.

North Carolina is among 11 U.S. states that have adopted statutes to address aggressive driving.

Speeding and Aggressive Driving Cause North Carolina Car Accidents
Legal Assistance After a Speeding / Aggressive Driving Accident Injury

Contact Our Northeastern NC Speeding / Aggressive Driving Accident Lawyers Today

If you have been injured, or a family member of yours has died in a car accident caused by a speeding and/or aggressive driver in Northeastern North Carolina or elsewhere in the state, the speeding / aggressive driving accident lawyers of Glover Law Firm can help you.

Danny Glover Jr. is a seasoned negotiator, an accomplished trial lawyer and a passionate advocate for their clients’ rights and interests. They have over 22 years of legal experience and have helped thousands of personal injury victims and their families obtain favorable settlements and verdicts. They have been recognized for their work by North Carolina Super Lawyers, The Million Dollar Advocates Forum and N.C. Advocates for Justice, among others.

For a free consultation about your speeding and/or aggressive driving accident case, call Glover Law Firm, today at our toll-free number or use our convenient online form. We don’t collect attorney’s fees unless we are successful in our efforts on your behalf.

We assist speeding / aggressive driving accident victims throughout the state, especially in Northeastern North Carolina and the Outer Banks, including those in Elizabeth City, Edenton, Hertford, Camden, Currituck, Manteo, Nags Head, Kill Devil Hills, Duck, Corolla and surrounding areas in Pasquotank, Camden, Dare, Currituck, Perquimans, Chowan and Gates counties.