Liquor Liability Laws in New Hampshire
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Those that provide alcohol to patrons have the responsibility to their customers when they appear to have reached a state of dangerous inebriation. When they fail to do so, it is possible that a personal injury claim could be filed to recover damages related to an accident, illness or death that resulted from the alcohol consumption. With a thorough review of the case, our New Hampshire personal injury attorneys at Mulvey, Cornell & Mulvey can advise you how to proceed with your case.
There have been countless tragic cases in which a young person was allowed to consume too much alcohol and later got involved in a fatal or severe injury accident, or was hospitalized due to alcohol poisoning. These cases are terrible and frightening for the injured and their families, and when loss of life has occurred after negligence in serving alcohol, it is likely that a lawsuit can be filed against the negligent party.
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Each case has specific evidence and degree of injury or other damages; every aspect of the situation must be fully evaluated to determine what can be done legally. If the alcohol was served in a private home and then the victim was allowed to leave while obviously severely intoxicated and got in an accident, there is the possibility that a claim can be filed against the individual who provided the alcohol to the injured.
Such cases require extensive documentation and witness statements and testimony, and must be carefully prepared and filed. Our legal team is experienced in seeking compensation for damages in liquor liability cases, and is prepared to review your case and advise you as to the best course of action legally. It is vital that action is taken quickly, as it becomes more difficult to find certain witnesses over time, and their statements can be critical to the outcome of the case. Contact Mulvey, Cornell & Mulvey for help!