As experienced Ohio injury attorneys and parents ourselves, the legal team at the Charles Boyk Law Offices knows first-hand how scary it is to share the roads with teenage drivers.
Being the youngest motorists on the road, teenagers are the most inexperienced drivers and are therefore the most likely to be involved in gruesome auto collisions, resulting in serious personal injury or death.
Such are the cirucmstances surrouding a recent Toledo auto accident that resulted in the injury of four young adults.
As 19 year-old Jessica Rubinstein was driving a 1998 Honda Civic, she failed to yield to a 1995 Ford F150 pickup truck while attempting to make a left turn.
According to reports from law enforcement officials, while the driver of the truck (whose name has not yet been identified) was uninjured in the collision, all four occupants of the Honda were transported to the hospital with injuries ranging from minor to critical.
Although there are no additional details to report at this time, police are currently investigating the causes of this accident. Rubinstein was cited by officers for failure to yield to traffic.