Dram Shop Liability Attorneys in Austin
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Holding Retailers Accountable
Dram shop liability relates to the body of law governing the liability of bars, restaurants, taverns, liquor stores and other commercial establishments that serve alcoholic beverages. Dram shop laws help establish the liability of establishments arising out of the sale of alcohol to minors or visibly intoxicated persons. This can lead to the death or injury to third-parties, as a result of alcohol-related car crashes.
If you have been injured, let the Austin car accident attorneys at Zinda Law Group use their knowledge and experience to help you and your family obtain the financial compensation that you need and deserve after an accident. We will thoroughly review and investigate your case to determine if someone else is responsible for your injuries or the death of your loved one. If someone is responsible, they may owe you monetary damages and we may be able to represent you in any lawsuits or negotiations to help you get the recovery to which you are entitled.
Dram shop laws help protect the general public from the hazards of irresponsibly serving alcohol to minors and intoxicated patrons. Damages may include compensatory damages that are designed to put you back in the position you were in prior to the accident and punitive damages that are designed to punish the wrongdoer and deter others from making the same mistake in the future.
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If you are physically unable to come to us, we are willing to drive to you, so please, if you or a loved one has been injured or passed away due to an accident in Texas, call or email us to set up a free consultation to discuss your legal options with a Personal Injury Attorney.
You will have no attorney's fees, court costs, or litigation expenses unless you recover damages. Court costs, litigation expenses, and medical bills are paid from your share of the recovery. If there is no recovery, you will not be responsible for any court costs or litigation expenses, except for unpaid medical bills.