According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 2,300 teenagers were killed in motor vehicle accidents in 2015, a rate of almost seven every day. Though drivers between 19 and 19 account for only about one of every 16 motorists on the nation's roadways, they are involved in more than one of every 10 accidents.
SEEKING DAMAGES FROM SOMEONE OTHER THAN THE AT-FAULT DRIVER
In the aftermath of a motor vehicle accident, it's important to identify all potentially responsible parties. Of course, you'll want to hold the other driver accountable for any negligence or carelessness that caused you to suffer losses. But there are often other third parties with potential liability.