These are the facts:
If you're a parent, you know the worry that comes with having a teen driver. If you're a teenager, you've probably heard lectures about the dangers of the road. Even with the best of intentions, teens are more likely to be involved in a car accident than an adult driver.
So what do you do if you were the innocent victim of a car accident that involved a teenage driver?
There are certain steps you should take immediately after an accident. These include:
But what then? Should you talk to the other driver's insurance company? What do you do if you're asked to make a recorded statement or sign papers?
It's in your best interest to talk to an attorney. At our law firm, we work to recover money to help pay for your medical treatment and lost wages. We handle the other driver's insurance company.
Most importantly, we take the weight of the accident off your shoulders, so you can focus on your recovery.
When we say "There's Never a Fee Unless We Get Money for You," we mean it:
Knowledge is the first step in creating responsible, safe drivers. You can use the links below to educate the teen drivers in your life before they get behind the wheel:
If you were injured in a car accident, be aware that evidence disappears quickly. The sooner you contact us, the stronger your case will be.
Call 1-866-9-4EDGAR (1-866-943-3427), or fill out the simple form at the top right of this webpage for a no obligation, free legal evaluation. We'll tell you if we think you have a case – no strings attached and absolutely free.
And remember, there's never a fee unless we get money for you. If our attorneys don't get a verdict or settlement in your favor, you won't owe us anything.