Liquor, Bar & Restaurant Liability

Boston Liquor Liability Lawyers

Liquor Liability Laws Protecting People in the Boston area, Massachusetts

When an individual injures you because a bar, restaurant or other establishment overserved him or her alcohol, you may have a valid claim under state dram shop laws. At Powers & DiCicco , we represent people injured by intoxicated individuals throughout eastern Massachusetts.

Businesses have a duty not to overserve patrons. If you have been injured by an intoxicated individual, e-mail or call us at 866.596.0074 to schedule a free consultation with an attorney at one of our offices in Lynnfield, Quincy or Brockton, Massachusetts.

Dram Shop and Liquor Liability Laws

Bars, restaurants and other establishments that serve alcohol to individuals have a duty not to overserve individuals. When an intoxicated individual who was overserved by an establishment injures you in a fight, in a car accident or in some other way, you may be able to collect monetary damages under Massachusetts dram shop laws. These laws serve as a deterrent to establishments that serve alcohol to patrons and are a way for injured people to collect monetary compensation for their injuries.

Our firm represents people injured by an intoxicated individual who was served too much alcohol by a:

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Nightclub
  • Private individual

When parties decide to overserve an intoxicated individual, they can be held liable under dram shop laws for the resulting injuries. At Powers & DiCicco, we combine a substantial amount of legal experience with a unique perspective of the insurance industry to provide professional representation to people seriously injured by an intoxicated individual. Having 25 years of legal experience and a background in working with the insurance industry — as in-house counsel or insurance adjuster, and now as personal injury lawyers — our attorneys know how to make dram shop laws work for you.

Dram shop and liquor liability laws hold bars, restaurants and other establishments liable for serving alcohol to an already intoxicated individual who later causes an accident. At Powers & DiCicco, we help victims recover monetary compensation for their injuries. To learn more about your case, contact a lawyer with over 25 years of experience at one of our three convenient office locations.