BAR, CLUB & RESTAURANT LIABILITY
When we go out for an evening on the town, we all hope to have a safe and enjoyable experience. Sometimes it doesn’t happen that way.
Bar, Club and Restaurant owners have a responsibility to keep their patrons safe from harm and must maintain hazard-free premises. Unfortunately, bars, clubs and restaurants seem to be a magnet for the unexpected to happen. Like any premises, accidents such as trip and falls due to dangerous and defective conditions can occur.
Additionally, assaults are a common event. These generally fall into two categories, patron against patron and “bouncer” assaults. The owner of a bar, club and restaurant may be held legally liable for such an occurrence.
Finally, there is what is called “Dram Shop Liability.” The most common imposition of dram shop liability is for the sale of alcohol to a minor or an intoxicated person who then causes an injury or death to a third party.
If you have been the victim of an accident or an assault at a bar, club or restaurant, call now for a free consultation.
Do I Have a Viable BAR, CLUB & RESTAURANT LIABILITY Case?
Any potential personal injury case involving a bar, club or restaurant requires a detailed understanding of the facts, the processes, and the law. If an accident has impacted your life, you will want to consult with an experienced attorney to see if you should pursue a lawsuit.
Please call us for a free consultation and we will be happy to discuss any potential case with you.