Mine happened a few years back as well, coming home from work, and already fairly close to my home.
I'm on a dedicated right hand turn lane ready to make the right turn about six cars deep, and this one guy tries to squeeze in front of me so he wouldn't have to go to the back of the line, and he saw me there's no question about - he looked right at me. He just wanted in, and persisted, I was just simply not moving (yet) we were doing like 5 mph approaching the turnpoint. Then at that point he actually weaved in and out like trying to scare me into moving over towards the curb, which I did and let him in. Basically he used his car as a weapon at that point.
There was a traffic light shortly after the turn and he had to stop and so did I. I bet he was shitting his pants at that point because he had nowhere to go, he was boxed in traffic. I got off the bike and approached him at the driver's window simply to ask him what the fuck are you doing? I was also going to bother to explain to him the dangers the people like him but motorcyclists in, that's all. I had no other intentions. The chickenshit didn't open the window, but he gestured at me with a hand looking like a gun, and at one point he reached towards the glove box and that's when I left. I got his license plate and pulled over right there to call the police, and the person that was behind him and I actually saw everything that had happened, and he pulled over as a witness, for the moving portion of it, not for the gesture of the gun and reaching to the glove box because he didn't see that from his car.
Police arrived, took my report, and that of the witness. The officer asked if I wanted to press charges and I said yes - legitimately so, I felt my life had been out in danger.
They found the guy not very far away at his home, got arrested and charged. Can't remember exactly what the charge was, but it's something to do about using the vehicle in a way to put someone's life in danger, or something to that effect.
This is the way that some people learn.
After several months of going back and forth we ended up in court, a trial by jury.
He was there with his lawyer, I had the prosecutor and the fellow witness who had stopped.
Long story short, the mentality of so many people who don't understand when things like this happen or what they do when they take actions like these. When I was put on the stand I gave my testimony of how I felt when this was happening, how threatened I felt, and that I had felt my life was in danger - the trial went on.
After a day's trial the jury (probably mostly cagers) finds him not guilty. That goes to show the mentality of how people see motorcyclists. With everything that happened that day, the witness, and so on, only a jury that doesn't understand what motorcyclists go through when trying to ride safely, how using a vehicle as a weapon is against the law, and the dangers that cagers put us in would allow that guy to get off.
At least it cost them pretty penny to have to hire a lawyer and spend the time to a trial. Lawyers that have to go to trial are not cheap.