Liquor Server Liability

Boston Liquor Server Liability Lawyers

Holding Liquor Servers Accountable for Alcohol-Related Accidents

Those who serve liquor, either as licensed vendors or private individuals, owe certain duties to those they serve and to those who may be foreseeably injured due to the intoxication of those they serve. For example, Massachusetts statutes prohibit the service of alcohol to minors or those who are already intoxicated. Unfortunately, all too often, bars, restaurants, clubs, colleges, universities, and private homeowners fail to meet their obligations in connection with the furnishing of alcohol with catastrophic results.

At Heinlein Beeler Mingace & Heineman, P.C., we represent individuals injured in alcohol-related car collisions, altercations and other injury cases, where a liquor server's negligence may be to blame. For a free consultation to discuss your case, contact us online.

Individual Claims

At Heinlein Beeler Mingace & Heineman, P.C., we represent individuals who have suffered injuries due to an alcohol-related incidents caused by an alcohol server's negligence including:

  • Innocent travelers on the roadway who are hit and injured by a drunk driver
  • Minors who are injured because they were illegally furnished alcohol
  • Bar and restaurant patrons who are injured in a alcohol-related incident such as a fight or automobile collision

In each one of these cases, those who furnished the alcohol may be responsible for the injury.

Third-Party Claims

Many times, an intoxicated person will cause accidents and injuries to innocent third parties. Such victims may be able to file a claim against the intoxicated person, as well as those who furnished the alcohol:

  • Patrons injured in a bar fight
  • Other travelers or pedestrians hit by a drunk driver
  • Victims of a robbery, sexual assault or rape by the intoxicated individual

In Massachusetts, it is possible to hold liquor license holders responsible for alcohol-related car accidents and other alcohol-related injuries. Our attorneys understand the complexities of these cases, and are familiar with the procedural processes involved. When you meet with us in a free consultation, we will explain your options to seek compensation, and hold the appropriate party responsible.

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Have you or a loved one been injured in an alcohol-related car accident? Contact us online to discuss your case in a free consultation.

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