(Please note: the names and locations of all parties have been changed to protect the confidentiality of the participants in this car accident case and its proceedings.)
William Hill has difficulty controlling his anger. (See, Plaintiffs’ Separate Statement of Undisputed Material Facts) Many of his friends have told Sean that he has anger control issues. About a year before the subject crash, Hill was involved in a fistfight at a bar and gave the other combatant a bloody nose.
On September 21, 2008, William Hill and Sean Black were both traveling eastbound on Interstate 80. Sean saw Hill’s car in the rear view mirror, accelerating towards him and changing lanes. Hill, without using his turn signal or slowing down, cut Sean off, squeezing his car between a truck and Sean’s SUV. Sean immediately braked hard to give Hill more room. For more information you are welcome to contact Sacramento personal injury lawyer, Moseley Collins.
Hill and Sean continued traveling eastbound on Interstate 80. At one point, when they were driving next to each other, Hill flipped Sean off. Moreover, Hill repeatedly cut off Sean.
Just before the collision, Hill leaned across his front passenger seat and shook his fist at Sean. At the same time, Hill was holding a cigarette and driving at 65 to 70 miles-per-hour. He made a sudden, jerking movement and his car swerved towards Sean’s SUV.
Hill’s car continued to move erratically, almost hitting the center median. His car then slammed into the rear driver’s side of Sean’s SUV, causing it to roll three times.
When questioned by the investigating police officer, William Hill did not blame Sean for causing the collision. (See Part 3 of 6.)
For more information you are welcome to contact Sacramento personal injury lawyer, Moseley Collins.