Aggressive driving is a serious problem on U.S. roads. The American Safety Council reports 66 percent of all traffic fatalities are caused by aggressive driving and 37 percent of all aggressive driving incidents involve a firearm.
A jury in Georgia recently awarded $4.8 million to a family who endured a road rage attack in which a CEO fired a gun into their vehicle. Inside was a mother, father and three small children. The man later pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and served six months in jail – something the traumatized family called “a slap on the wrist.” Continue reading ›