Dram Shop Lawyers: Advocacy for Victims
If a business or a host of a social gathering sells or provides alcohol to a drinker who is obviously intoxicated or who is a minor, they may be liable for anyone who is injured by the drunken person under dram shop liability laws. Dram shop liability laws are intended to protect people from the dangers of serving alcohol to someone who is intoxicated or a minor. These laws were also intended to help cut down the number of drunk driving accidents. If you, a family member or a loved one was injured by someone who was intoxicated, Romanucci & Blandin has the dram shop liability attorneys who will help you with your case. We offer free case evaluations to go over your claims, medical records and bills and possible cause of action.
Types of premises liabilities
Each state has their own laws, and not every state has dram shop liability laws. Illinois has extremely strict dram shop liability laws for anyone who serves alcohol to someone who is intoxicated or a minor. In a dram shop liability case, the plaintiff needs to prove that:
- The defendant sold or distributed alcohol to the patron
- The alcohol caused the person to become intoxicated
- The plaintiff suffered damages from an accident that the patron’s intoxication caused
Experienced dram shop attorneys
Romanucci & Blandin’s proficient premises liability and dram shop attorneys have extensive experience and knowledge of Illinois’ dram shop liability laws and vast experience litigating dram shop liability and other personal injury and premises liability cases in Illinois. We can help you with your case. Our qualified attorneys will guide you through the legal process and will help you fight to get the compensation you deserve.
Free consultation with a Chicago-based dram shop liability lawyers
The premises liability and dram shop liability attorneys at Romanucci & Blandin have proven success in these types of cases. If you or a loved one has suffered injury or wrongful death, please contact our office at email@example.com, 312-458-1000 or click here for a free evaluation of your case. There is never a fee until you are compensated for your injuries at the end of the case.
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