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TEENAGERS CAUSE CAR ACCIDENTS – MAKE SURE YOUR CHILD IS READY TO DRIVE

The Minnesota Department of Public Safety wants parents to take responsibility for their teenage drivers. Traffic crashes are the second leading cause of teen deaths in Minnesota. Around 30 teens (ages 16-19) are killed on Minnesota roads yearly. Teenagers are at greatest risk on the road due to their inexperience and risk-taking behind the wheel. Of course, as with all drivers, speeding and distracted driving are factors. Teens also have the lowest seat belt use rate of all age groups.

Preparing teen drivers to get behind the wheel takes a commitment by parents and many hours behind the wheel. But that doesn’t end when a teen gets their license.A common mistake by parents is thinking their teen is ready for the road as soon as they pass the road test. For example, teens shouldn’t be driving alone the first time they hit the road when it snows. Parents should practice with their teens in different types of scenarios before their teen drives solo.

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Responsibility for Teenager Drivers

CAR ACCIDENT LAWYERS

Our attorneys handle many cases involving teenage drivers.We represent people injured by a teen driver and passengers in the car driven by the teen driver. If you or your teen were injured in a car accident, it is important to work with an experienced car accident lawyer. Pam Rochlin and David Rochlin are attorneys with 25 years’ experience. We have successfully represented hundreds of people throughout Minnesota. In addition, Pam has been voted one of the top women personal injury lawyers in the state.

The primary focus of our lawyers is to make sure you get the compensation you are entitled to.We understand the insurance issues and know what to look for.Call us for a free consultation. We will answer your questions and explain your rights. If we take your case, we do not charge anything upfront.In fact, we never charge anything unless you received compensation for your injuries.