Drunk Driving Lawsuits

Assaults and Liquor Laws: Who Is Liable?

All business managers are responsible for the safety of their customers, but establishments that serve alcohol have an extra responsibility that many other businesses do not experience. That responsibility arises with problems of unruly customers who have difficulty tolerating alcohol and acting aggressively in certain situations. Altercations are relatively common in some locations, especially in …

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A Complex Issue: Analyzing Liability in a Drunk Driving Accident

Driving under the influence of alcohol not only risks the driver’s life, but it can also have heavy financial and emotional tolls upon its victims when an accident occurs. In personal injury cases involving drunk drivers, liability may extend beyond the driver. Generally, a drunk driver who causes a wreck has very little chance of …

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Liquor Liability: What Counts As Overserving?

Being properly compensated after an accident with an intoxicated individual can be a frustrating, stressful, and emotional experience. These injuries can arise from a variety of situations, ranging from auto accidents to personal attacks. To make things potentially worse, the negligent actor is often not insured for an amount that would be deemed as sufficient …

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Liquor Liability – Drunk Driving and Illegal Service of Alcohol to Visibly Intoxicated Patron

A 26-year-old single father of a toddler son was seriously injured in a car crash in Delaware County, Pennsylvania caused by a drunk driver and Lou Turk’s, the popular gentlemen’s club that over-served her alcohol. Our client was a railroad worker working full-time. He was on the job at the time, as he was being …

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Drinking and Driving in Pennsylvania: Why It’s Just Not Worth the Risk

After years of steady decline, drunk driving has begun to increase again in Pennsylvania. Though alcohol-related fatalities were down in 2017, drunk driving crashes increased by over 30% from the year before. Indeed, Pennsylvania State Police made 19,518 arrests in 2016 for driving under the influence (DUI), a nearly 4% increase from 2015. Since 2004, …

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