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Attorneys Holding Alcohol Providers Liable For DUI Crashes

Alcohol too often leads to poor decisions such as drinking and driving. When a drunk driver injures innocent people, he or she must be held accountable. If the driver was over-served by a bar, restaurant or private citizen, that party may also be liable for the accident. Dram shop or social host liability is a complex area of law that requires experienced representation. The personal injury lawyers at Subin Associates know how to pursue these liquor liability claims against bars, liquor stores, restaurants and private citizens who have over-served a person who is visibly intoxicated or served alcohol to underage teens.

If you have been injured in an accident caused by a drunk driver, call a New York liquor liability lawyer at 877-265-4065.

Your Advocate After A Serious Injury

A dram shop is an establishment that sells or serves alcohol such as liquor stores, bars, taverns, nightclubs, restaurants and hotels. If a dram shop sells or serves alcohol to a person who is clearly intoxicated, the server and owner may be held liable if that person causes an injury.

If you or a family member was injured by drunk driver, for example, you may be able to file a lawsuit against the driver and the dram shop or host who served the alcohol. Because drunk driving accidents often cause catastrophic or fatal injuries, we aggressively seek compensation for our clients.

Call Our New York Lawyers About Liquor Liability

Our New York liquor liability lawyers are available during regular business hours and by appointment evenings and weekends. You can reach us by phone at 877-265-4065 or you can contact our New York City law firm online. We take every personal injury case on a contingency basis, which means that you don’t pay any attorney’s fees unless we recover compensation for you.

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