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What is Dram Shop Liability?

Dram shop liability laws mean that if a customer buys a drink, leaves that location, and then causes harm, the owner of the place where the drink was served is legally responsible. Such harms may include death, injury, or other damages that result from alcohol-related car crashes.

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In North Carolina, businesses must stop serving alcohol once a patron becomes visibly drunk. Since 1994, our law firm has pursued maximum compensation against restaurants and bars for serving alcohol to a customer who later caused a drunk driving accident. We are committed to helping you hold the at-fault driver and the business responsible for their negligent actions.

How Much Does a Dram Shop Liability Case Cost?

We work on a contingency basis for personal injury, including dram shop liability. A contingency fee basis means we do not charge you anything unless we win a settlement in or out of court. This fee structure ensures we work hard for your case and that you don't have even more out-of-pocket expenses during a stressful time. We also offer contingency fee schedules for other practice areas, such as a:

What Kind of Damages Can I Seek in a Dram Shop Liability Case?

Dram Shop Liability

A dram shop liability case is really like any other case, except there is another liable partner to pursue damages. The damages that you can pursue in your case are:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Medical costs (past, present, future)
  • Lost wages (past, present, future)
  • Property loss or damage
  • and more

We Help Pursue Maximum Compensation Through Dram Shop Liability

At The Law Offices of John M. McCabe, P.A., we understand you are not interested in profiting from your personal injury accident. That is not our priority. But, we understand the challenges accident victims and families face when dealing with extensive medical bills, lost wages, and the emotional trauma from drunk driving accidents.

Our law firm’s drunk driving victime accident lawyers are committed to helping you get back on your feet by recovering maximum compensation against at-fault drunk drivers and negligent businesses. The dram shop laws in North Carolina are straightforward and can be applied to nightclubs, bars, restaurants, and any other business that serves alcohol.

If a business served alcohol to a customer who was visibly drunk and later caused a drunk driving accident, we would aggressively pursue maximum compensation against the business. This is a complicated area of the law. Insurance companies are known to fight back against legitimate dram shop liability claims.

Our motor vehicle accident attorneys prepare our personal injury and wrongful death claims for a favorable trial verdict. We incorporate witness testimony, surveillance video, and other valuable evidence to prove fault. We are committed to helping you obtain a full financial recovery for lost wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering resulting from drunk driving accidents.

Contact Our Experienced Durham Drunk Driver Victim Lawyers

At The Law Offices of John M. McCabe, P.A., we have extensive experience recovering maximum compensation for victims of drunk driving accidents. We will take every measure possible to help you obtain the compensation you are entitled to for the current and long-term damages you have suffered.

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Call us at (866) 907-1145 24/7 to arrange to speak with a personal injury lawyer about your case, or contact us through the website today.
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