What Parents Can Do
While you can’t completely prevent your child from car accidents caused by other drivers’ negligence, you can reduce risk beyond educating your teen. The CDC recommends that parents help their newly licensed teens with at least 30 hours of supervised driving practice in different locations and at different times of the day. Another tip is that parents can set a curfew so their teens aren’t driving at night.
Committed to Serving Our Community
Our team is committed to helping victims of negligence recover and achieve the justice and compensation they deserve for their suffering. While we work with many clients who have been involved in car accidents and other MVA accidents involving motorcycles and trucks, we also help those with boating, pedestrian, product liability, premises liability, work-related, and wrongful death cases. Whether the at-fault party is another driver, company, or larger entity, we can gather the evidence needed to help them accountable – we’re not daunted by the possibility of going up against a large company. You deserve a personal injury lawyer who can put your well-being first.
Call (941) 979-9010 or contact us online if you’ve been injured in a car accident due to another driver’s careless actions. At Frohlich, Gordon & Beason, P.A., our car accident attorneys offer personalized counsel and free consultations to give our clients convenience during an inconvenient time.