Sometimes a drunk driving accident occurs because a third party — a bar or restaurant owner — serves alcohol to either an underage person or someone who is visibly intoxicated or impaired. When a tavern, bar or restaurant does this, the owner can be held responsible for injuries that occur. These types of claims for personal injuries are usually covered by insurance.
At Adler & Manson, our attorneys are highly experienced with these complex car accident injury claims. When you choose our firm, you can rest easy knowing that your case is in the hands of a dedicated and highly skilled professional. You’ve suffered enough – let us fight for the compensation you deserve.
If you or a loved one has been harmed because a bar or tavern owner served alcohol to an intoxicated person, call Adler & Manson at (816) 399-2283.
This responsibility to serve alcohol responsibly is called tavern liability, as described in the Missouri dram shop laws. Tavern liability is an important option for victims, particularly when the victim has insufficient insurance to cover a serious or fatal injury. Tavern liability is never an easy case to make, but our lawyers have had success bringing bars, taverns and restaurants to justice for their part in causing injury.
At Adler & Manson, we file claims against any party whose negligence, under the terms of the law, led to the death or injury of another. Depending on the circumstance of the case, this could include a hospitality establishment, the drunk driver who struck you and/or other parties.
We don’t charge a dime until and unless we recover for you. Contact us today to learn more.
If you were seriously injured or lost a family member in an accident in which a clearly impaired driver was served liquor by a bar, tavern or restaurant, contact our Kansas City personal injury lawyers today. First consultations are no-obligation and free of charge, and you owe us nothing until we win for you.
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