If you have been injured by an intoxicated person―often a drunk driver―the establishment that served alcohol to that individual may be held responsible for your injuries. Bars, restaurants, clubs, taverns and other establishments with liquor licenses have a legal obligation not to serve visibly intoxicated patrons.
Serving inebriated patrons can lead to:
- Automobile accidents;
- Bar fights and brawls; and
- Thrown objects.
Intoxicated patrons have caused:
- Wrongful death;
- Physical and emotional injuries;
- Dental injuries;
- Medical bills;
- Lost wages;
- Pain and suffering; and
- Damage to personal property.
If you are a victim of someone who consumed too much alcohol―or were injured by a minor who should not have been served alcohol―you may have a case against the serving establishment in addition to the intoxicated drinker. The time to file a lawsuit is limited, so contact us now before evidence and witnesses disappear. Our experienced attorneys will fight for the financial compensation you deserve.