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Grief Intensifies When Texas Car Accidents Involve Teens

On behalf of Parks Law Firm, P.C. posted on Thursday, October 24, 2019.

It is understandable that many Texas parents worry when their teenagers get behind the wheel to drive. Most parents offer sage advice and helpful tips, such as telling their children to stay alert and cautious, especially in high-risk areas. Unfortunately, many car accidents occur in or near intersections.

On a recent Sunday night, three vehicles collided in an intersection. Police say one vehicle was pinned against a guardrail and another was actually stuck underneath the first. Occupants of a third car involved were not hurt although likely emotionally shaken.

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