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When illegally supplied alcohol is behind a tragedy, the courts may impose liability for the person's injures on the commercial seller of the liquor. Under Pennsylvania's dram shop law, a business or individual who provides alcohol to a visibly intoxicated person is also legally responsible for any damage that person might cause. ("Dram shop" comes from England, where gin was sold by the spoonful, or "dram.")
The dram shop law applies to individuals or businesses that serve alcohol at private events as well as bars and restaurants. The law may apply to other liquor violations, such as serving alcohol to a minor or serving without a license.
The following are some examples of what might prompt a dram shop lawsuit:
If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of illegally supplied alcohol, a dram shop attorney at our law firm can evaluate your case. The knowledgeable lawyers at Flager & Yockey, P.C. have the resources and skills to help liquor liability injury victims obtain compensation after accidents.
Don't let an alcohol-related injury ruin your family's lives. Take action now. For experienced legal assistance, contact Flager & Yockey, P.C. Our seasoned attorneys serve Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware and Chester Counties and all of Eastern Pennsylvania, including Bethlehem, Allentown, Easton, Harrisburg, Hazelton, Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, Williamsport and the Poconos as well as the entire State of New Jersey. When you are represented by us, you get a liquor liability lawyer who will fight for your rights.
Your family deserves justice. We can help. Call (215) 953-5200 today.
Your initial consultation is free. You don't pay us unless you win.
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