Have questions about Driving Under the Influence (DUI)? We’re here to help! Check out the DUI FAQs list below.
Alcohol-related accidents can be easily prevented in today’s society. The law prohibits: drunk driving, the furnishing of alcohol to a minor, and providing alcohol to a person about to operate a motor vehicle. Therefore, a drunk driver is always liable for harm caused by this negligence. However, there may be additional liability held against the restaurant or bar that provided the alcohol to the driver, as well as the business for continuing to serve alcohol to persons who are already intoxicated, or to minors.
We recognize how devastating these alcohol-related accidents can be for the innocent victims. In order to prevent the driver from harming others in the future, the driver is often punished by the obligation to cover medical expenses, lost wages, punitive damages, as well as the loss of quality of life.