Road Rage Incidents Increasing in Western Washington

KING 5 recently reported on a road rage incident where a 19-year-old man was taken into
custody after he shot into another vehicle and the bullet struck an 11-year-old boy.
The incident took place in Tacoma on November 25, 2022.

The report also indicated that road rage incidents have been increasing in western Washington
over the past few years. Law enforcement has noted more drivers acting aggressively over this
time frame. In King County the number of road rage incidents involving guns has also
increased in the years since 2017.

While the exact reasons for these increases are impossible to understand completely, one factor
is simply an increased population driving on the roadways and traffic becoming more congested
as a result.

If you find yourself having to deal with another driver who is acting aggressively, the best thing
you can do is disengaged from the confrontation and let them drive on their way.

If you are looking for a proven professional, then please give us a call.
Contact your local Wiener & Lambka office today.


Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Call Our Washington State Injury Lawyers

Call today for a free consultation

The personal injury attorneys at Wiener & Lambka are dedicated to compassionate client service and aggressive legal representation.



Toll-free in all of Washington state









What Customers Say

"My experience with Wiener & Lambka was very positive. I always received information regarding my case, never felt left in the dark, and knew my case was always taken care of."

T. Lever

"Wiener & Lambka always kept me up to date with my case. I'd certainly suggest them to a friend."

J. Trujillo

“In my moment of Crisis Wiener & Lambka lent me a helping hand. Their dedication to my case was outstanding. They stuck by my side and fought for my rights. Thank you!”

K. Tuazon

“You minimized my stress levels on a process foreign and scary to me. Very professional, caring, and patient with me.”

A. Maas