Car wrecks are the leading cause of death for teenagers between the ages of 15- and 19-years-old, and the numbers are on the rise. Generally, teenagers do not have the experience, knowledge or attitude to act responsibly on the road, especially when other passengers are in the vehicle.
Recently, a teen died in a car crash in Manchester country. The 16-year-old male driver died after he slammed into a tree. Fortunately, his 17-year-old passenger survived. While no drugs seem to have been involved, he was speeding and, thus, opens the potential for the survivor to file a personal injury lawsuit.