Posted in Car Accidents on December 14, 2017
Driving is inherently dangerous even in the best of conditions. Roads could be dry, the sun could be shining, and you could still end up in a serious crash. The risks of an accident do increase substantially when weather conditions are less than ideal. Rain, snow, ice, and fog can all create slippery road surfaces and visibility problems. In such conditions, it is always safest to remember to engage in defensive driving behaviors.
The following are some defensive driving techniques that can help keep you safe in adverse weather conditions:
You should always practice defensive driving in dangerous weather conditions and teach any young drivers in your household to do the same. Being on the road in their first storm will be stressful for new drivers and it can be even more frightening if they have not been taught how to drive defensively and safely. Consider taking a defensive driving class that can teach you how to take proper caution on the roads. Any accident in adverse weather has the potential to result in severe injuries.
Randolph Rice Injury Attorneys are aware that accidents and injuries happen to even the safest drivers. Even if you choose to drive defensively to protect yourself, there is no stopping other drivers on the road from driving aggressively or dangerously for conditions. Accidents themselves can be frightening but the after-effects can be painful, stressful, and even life-changing.
If you would like to discuss your legal rights and options after a car accident, please do not hesitate to contact the law firm of Randolph Rice. Our Baltimore car accident lawyers are here to help so please contact us by phone at (410) 288-2900 or online today.