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Careless Driver Karma

Careless Driver Karma

KARMA is believed by many to be the force created by a person’s actions that some people believe causes good or bad things to happen to that person. In the car wreck scenario, the karma is the carelessness that initiates the bad conduct.

Many times persons responsible for causing collisions that injure people do all they can to make sure that their insurance company does the right thing and pays for all injuries and medical treatment.

Unfortunately, most people that cause traumatic injuries whether it is a car wreck, boat collision or even medical malpractice, run from their responsibilities. They deny both causing the injury causing event and deny that your injury is as bad as your doctors say it is. This is a purposeful and deliberate decision of not take responsibility for their own bad acts. This is their personal decision to add insult to injury and not own up to their responsibilities.

Karma in its historical Buddhist meaning would suggest that these bad actors by not owning up to their bad acts and making them right will cause a negative force applied to them at some point now or in another life.

Careless Driver Karma is the theory that our civil justice system can help with these careless drivers. Zarzaur Law, P.A. can be the force applied to these careless drivers and require them to own up to their careless actions. Our civil justice system can force a person to not only admit fault for an event but also require full and complete payment for the injuries associated with these bad actions.

Examples of Careless Driving

It is important to be aware of the motorists around you and to monitor your own driving to make sure you do not conduct yourself carelessly behind the wheel. Driving carelessly can cause serious accidents and injury to you, passengers in your vehicle and others around you.

Common examples of careless driving are:

  • Texting & driving
  • Assuming right-of-way
  • Drifting between lanes
  • Not stopping at intersections
  • Failing to signal when changing lanes or turning
  • Failure to stop for emergency vehicle
  • Improper lane change
  • Making an improper turn
  • Speeding
  • Tailgating

If you or a loved one has been injured by a careless person who then chooses to not accept responsibility or who refuses to own up completely to the injuries they have caused, we can help bring real world Karma on them.

Call Zarzaur Law at 855-HIREJOE.