Restaurant, Bar and Tavern Liability

Tavern and restaurant owners, or any person or organization who sells alcohol, owe a duty to their customers and others invited on their premises to see to it that alcohol is not over-served and to keep people on their premises secure from acts of aggression and violence.

Licensed establishments must train and supervise servers to be aware of the level of intoxication, impairment and aggressive tendencies of guests.  If a customer leaves a tavern in an obviously impaired condition after being served, and either injures himself or herself in an accident (automobile or otherwise) or injures an innocent third party, the establishment could be held liable.

In addition, establishments who use excessive or unreasonable force to handle or eject patrons can be held liable for any injuries sustained.

If you or someone you know has been a victim in this type of situation, you or they could have a right to compensation. Please contact Singer Kwinter and schedule your FREE INITIAL PHONE CONSULTATION. You pay no fees until your case is won or settled.

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