Holding Teenage Drivers Responsible For Car Accidents
Teenagers are inexperienced behind the wheel. This inexperience can lead them to drive negligently. They may text while driving, fail to see other vehicles or otherwise drive recklessly, and it can result in a serious accident.
At The Law Offices of Bailey & Burke, we represent clients who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents caused by teenage drivers. We are experienced at investigating the cause of your accident in order to help you secure compensation for your injuries.
If you were hit by a teenage driver and suffered serious injuries, contact The Law Offices of Bailey & Burke today for a free consultation with a Clinton attorney about teenage driver accidents.
Texting And Driving Accident Lawyer Serving Marlborough
When a teenager causes a car accident, it is often due to inattentiveness. Texting while driving, cellphone use and other distractions can lead to devastating accidents such as:
- Hit-and-run accidents
- Head-on collisions
- Fender benders and rear-end collisions
Whether you have suffered a serious neck, back or brain injury, we can help you secure the compensation you need through a personal injury claim. We also represent families who have lost a loved one in a fatal accident pursue justice through a wrongful death action.
Handling Insurance Issues
When struck by a teenage driver, insurance issues can become complicated. The teen may be covered under his or her parent’s policy or the teenager may not have insurance coverage at all. If you have uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage, you may still be able to secure benefits after an accident with an uninsured driver. We can help you understand your policy, protect your rights and negotiate with the insurance company while you focus on your recovery.
No Fees Unless You Win
In auto accident cases, we charge no fees unless you win. Our fees are based on a reasonable percentage of the compensation we obtain for you.
For a free consultation, contact our Massachusetts car crash attorneys by phone at 978-706-6618 or by email.