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Dram Shop Laws in Decline


“Dram shop statutes” are laws that hold alcohol-serving establishments liable for injuries caused by drunk drivers who were served alcohol when they were obviously intoxicated. In other words, a bar or restaurant can be sued if they served a visibly intoxicated customer and that intoxicated person causes damage or injuries while driving drunk. Continue reading

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Instagram Photo Prompts Investigation Following DUI Death


Villains Tavern, a hipster bar located in downtown Los Angeles, is under investigation after patrons were killed in an accident after leaving the bar. Continue reading

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DUI Fatality- Driver Pleads Guilty, Party Hosts May Face Charges


Party hosts may face charges in a DUI fatality case in Murrietta, CA. Continue reading

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Dram Shop Laws in California


“Dram shop laws” hold establishments liable for damages and injuries caused by their patrons in drunk driving cases. Continue reading

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