Huntsville auto accident takes teen’s life
March 3rd, 2011|
March 3, 2011
Seatbelts, though use of them is required by law in many states, remain a controversial issue for some, especially with the topic of personal rights. Some believe they should have the right to choose whether they wear seatbelts.
Unfortunately, many Huntsville auto accidents involve injuries when occupants of vehicles do not wear seatbelts. According to the Huntsville Times, three teens were involved in a Huntsville auto accident that killed one of them, and none were wearing seatbelts.
The Huntsville auto accident occurred at Jordan Lane and Oakwood Avenue when the driver, 18, who was speeding lost control of the car. All three occupants were ejected and one died at the scene of the Huntsville auto accident.
Do you think the outcome of this Huntsville auto accident would have been different had these teens worn seatbelts?
Have you ever been injured in a Huntsville auto accident? Tell the Huntsville auto accident lawyers at Norris Injury Lawyers about your damages.
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