Liquor Liability

Ensuring bars and restaurants don’t serve alcohol to intoxicated patrons can eliminate unnecessary harm to the both the patron and other people in the community.

The Pennsylvania Liquor Code states that it is unlawful for any establishment holding a liquor license to serve alcoholic beverages to a minor or visibly intoxicated person. Failure to follow the Liquor Code can result in liability for a bar, restaurant, or tavern. Though liquor liability can be difficult to prove, our experienced team of professional trial lawyers has years of experience and innovative methods of building a case that set us apart from other attorneys in Central Pennsylvania.

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Liquor Liability

In this case, we helped secure a financial settlement for the family of a young woman who was tragically killed by a drunk driver.

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