Dram Shop Injury

A visibly intoxicated man is at a bar. He orders another drink and the bartender serves him. On his way home, he crashes into another vehicle, seriously injuring the driver.

Under Pennsylvania’s Dram Shop law, a commercial establishment that serves alcoholic beverages to a visibly intoxicated person can be held liable for the damages that individual may cause to a third party as a result of a drunk driving accident or other incident, such as physically assaulting and injuring someone else. This law allows both patrons and third parties to seek compensation for damages resulting from a Dram Shop violation. The law also applies to private parties and events.

If you have sustained a serious injury due to the negligence of an establishment or individual, contact ACA Law. Our experienced Dram Shop liability attorneys will thoroughly investigate the circumstances of your case and fight to get you the compensation you deserve.

Call ACA Law today for a FREE case evaluation. We will answer your questions and advise you how best to protect your rights.

Our dram shop liability lawyers work on a contingency basis, so there are no legal fees until a financial settlement or verdict has been secured for you or a loved one.


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If you are suffering because of someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, contact a Personal Injury attorney at ACA Law today for a FREE case evaluation. We will review your case, answer your questions and advise you how best to protect your rights. Our Personal Injury lawyers work on a contingency basis, there are no legal fees until a financial settlement or verdict has been secured for you.


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