The child whom you love and whom you have protected since infancy is ready to get behind the wheel of a car without you. It is understandably a scary time and you want to do everything that you can to protect your child from being hurt, or killed, in a Georgia car crash.

While you can't provide total protection for your child, there are things that you can do to help protect a new driver. Specifically, you can set rules and enforce them. You can explain that drinking and driving, texting and driving, and other forms of distracted driving will not be tolerated. You can limit the number of other teens who may ride in the car with your child. You can set the expectation that all the rules of the road, including speed limits, must be strictly obeyed. And, you can revoke driving privileges if your child refuses to follow your rules.

Despite your best efforts, it is still possible for your child to get hurt in an accident. If your child has been injured, please contact an Alpharetta car cash attorney today at 1.770.518.1133.