Careless Restaurant and Bar Owners, Vendors, Social Hosts, and Drunk Drivers
If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of a drunk driver or the improper service of alcohol, you could have the right to receive compensation from the social host, homeowner, restaurant or bar owner, or the responsible party through liquor liability laws called “Dram Shop.” Connecticut’s dram shop law holds liquor vendors – bars and other liquor-serving establishments – liable for the unreasonable exercise of care in connection with the service of alcohol top patrons and minors.
If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of a drunk driver, it is important to immediately contact an attorney to investigate the claim and preserve evidence. The lawyers at Carmody provide quality legal representation on behalf of victims throughout the state of Connecticut.
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