Charleston Dram Shop Liability Attorney
In situations where a drunk driver causes serious injury or death in a motor vehicle accident, there will be strong emotions. Feelings of anger and frustration are normal. As you learn about the facts of your situation, you may find that the driver is not the only person who may have legal responsibility for your injuries.
Determining liability is complicated. In some cases, owners of bars and restaurants, or even people who host events at their home or business, may be held responsible in addition to the driver. The expanded liquor liability laws work to help control the sale or serving of alcohol to people who are visibly intoxicated or are under the legal drinking age. These expanded laws are sometimes called dram shop laws, tavern-keeper liability, or social host laws.
South Carolina Negligent Sale of Alcohol Lawyer
At the Rosen Law Firm we have spent our legal careers helping people find solutions to difficult legal problems, not making quick settlements and selling them short for our own benefit. We are dedicated lawyers with over 60 years of combined trial experience to offer and we love the work that we do.
If you have been injured by a drunk driver and believe that the intoxication was the result of a third party's negligence, call our Charleston dram shop liability lawyers. Together, we can help you determine if a third party can be held legally responsible.
Contact Our Tri-County Area Law Office
If you or a loved one has been injured or killed by a drunk driver, we can help you seek the compensation to which you may be entitled. Contact our Charleston personal injury law firm at 843-377-1700 to arrange a free consultation. We are available for evening and off-site appointments and handle dram shop or liquor liability cases on a contingency fee basis. You pay no attorneys' fees unless we obtain a verdict or settlement in your case.