San Antonio Teen Driver Accident Attorneys
Representing Those Injured In Car Accidents Caused By Teenage Drivers
Driving is an entirely new experience for teenagers, especially when they first start driving. They generally are not yet fully familiar with the rules of the road and how to navigate traffic. In addition, their reliance on technology, like cell phones, MP3 players and other gadgets that take their attention off the road make teenagers more likely to cause accidents that result in serious injuries.
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Under the Texas graduated driver license (GDL) program, teenage drivers are bound by specific rules regarding their operation of a vehicle, including restrictions on night driving, number of passengers, age of passengers and others. Car wrecks are far and away the most prevalent cause of teenage fatalities. These laws are designed to ensure the safety of each teenage driver and everyone else on the road.
The Right Firm For Your Auto Accident Claim
At The Law Offices of Tyler & Peery, our attorneys have extensive experience handling a broad range of auto accidents involving teen drivers. We work diligently to see that injury victims receive maximum compensation and that the negligent drivers are held accountable for the harm they cause. Our experience in these matters allows us to be much more proactive and efficient in the process of seeking a fair resolution to your case.
We represent clients in a variety of teen driver accidents, including:
- Bicycle riders and pedestrians injured by teen drivers
- Accidents caused by teenagers who drink and drive
- Injuries to passengers of teenage drivers
- Accidents caused by distracted teenage drivers
Call For A Free Consultation
Contact our office today to discuss the injuries you suffered in a car accident caused by a teenager. Initial consultations are free so it won’t cost you anything to get your questions answered. You can reach us by phone at 1-800-281-3188 or via email. Initial consultations are free and confidential.