How to Handle a Dangerous Older Driver is a concise book that offers a unique combination of expert legal and other, step by step advice to anyone who is worried about the safety of an elder who is still driving.
From how to understand an elder’s driving skills to a five-step plan about how to deal with a driver who won’t give up driving, this book is unique. The law can help families if they know how to use it, and this book explains the benefits and burdens of legal remedies to the problem of a dangerous driver.
The book addresses many of the worst aggravations people face when trying to limit or stop an elder from driving. One purpose of this book is to protect both elders and families from common mistakes and to protect the public.
The author, Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, has the unusual perspective of a nursing career as well as 27 years as a personal injury lawyer. She is a consultant and family mediator in elder-related disputes. She is published in national nursing and legal journals.