Consequences of Hazardous Teenage Driving

Most accidents occur as a result of negligent or distracted driving, which teen drivers are the number one perpetrator of. Unfortunately, the majority of teenagers are often so caught up in the excitement of driving a car that they forget there are lives on the line every time they take a seat behind the wheel.

Whether they are playing music, speeding, driving under the influence of drinking or drugs, failing to obey traffic laws, eating, talking on the phone, or texting, they don’t seem to be aware of the fact that they are putting themselves and all others on the road at risk. Safety should be everyone’s number one priority, and most teens don’t believe driving is a risk until it is far too late.

The following are consequences for hazardous teenage driving, including but not limited to:

  • Increased car insurance rates
  • Arrest record
  • License suspension
  • Difficulty finding a job
  • DUI/other severe charges
  • Problems finding a job or apartment
  • Accident
  • Injury

There is a reason insurance companies will charge more for a teen driver than an adult--it is because there is a very real expectancy that an untrained, distracted driver will cause more accidents and receive more tickets than one who has been driving for a longer period of time.

Contact Our Personal Injury Lawyers Today

At Casey Law Offices, S.C., we pride ourselves on advocacy for those who have been injured due to the negligence of another. If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident due to no fault of your own, we want to help. Our personal injury lawyers understand just how devastating it can be to be the victim of another’s negligent or dangerous driving, which is why we will exhaust all our resources, time, and energy into ensuring you are taken care of following such tragedy. We are a legal team committed to justice like no other, and we firmly believe you shouldn’t have to face your hefty medical bills, loss of work, and pain and suffering alone.

To reach our firm and speak to a representative, contact us today by calling (414) 272-5564.

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