It is the news you have been dreading since you first handed over a set of car keys to your teenage driver: he or she has been in a traffic accident. While it is no surprise that teenage drivers often are involved in car accidents, parents are usually upset and worried when they hear the news.
After treating any injuries that may have been sustained, parents might next have to handle any legal repercussions being faced by their teenage driver. If your child is considered at fault or partially at fault in the accident, he or she may have received a traffic ticket.
When helping your child in the aftermath of a traffic accident where they were at fault, it is helpful to keep the following things in mind:
Contact a DuPage County Teen Traffic Ticket Lawyer
Your teen has a lifetime of driving ahead of them, and hiring an attorney can mean that they can move forward in the best way possible. Courts may be receptive to creative solutions or options you might not be aware of that can be presented fully by an attorney.
The skilled Western Springs traffic ticket attorney at Myers Law LLC has represented many teens and helped them bring their traffic cases to a close. Our office can be reached at 844-984-3529 (844-9-THE-LAW).