Liquor Store Liability Attorneyadmin2018-03-16T23:50:27+00:00
LIQUOR STORE LIABILITY ATTORNEY
Minors often try to buy alcohol from any store. It can be a liquor store, a grocery store, a gas station, a mini-mart, etc.…They try use a fake identification card or fake driver’s license. They ask their 21-year-old or older friend to do it. They try to find other adults, even strangers. There are many ways that a minor will try to buy alcohol from a store. After the minor successfully purchases the alcohol and drinks it, what happens when that intoxicated minor causes an injury to somebody? For this purpose, a minor is being referred to as someone under the age of 21. Is the minor responsible? What if the intoxicated minor drives a motor vehicle and causes an accident and injures someone? Can the store that sold the alcohol to the minor be held responsible? Can the store be required to pay for injured persons medical bills and pain and suffering? In some circumstances, yes! California Law is very strict on when and how a store can be held responsible for the actions of an intoxicated minor. At The Law Firm of R. Sam, we have been successful in prosecuting these types of cases. You need an attorney that knows what to look for when handling these types of cases as there are special strict rules that allow a store to be held liable. If you or somebody you know have been injured by an intoxicated minor, call The Law Firm of R. Sam immediately to find out about your legal rights. The consultation is free. If you don’t get paid, we don’t get paid. That’s why our motto is: Nothing Recovered, Nothing Owed. Call us now for a free consultation!