Massachusetts Alcohol Liability Lawyer

Alcohol consumption can pose a number of different risks to the health and safety of others, particularly when intoxicated individuals choose to get behind the wheel. For this reason, it is important that those who provide alcohol to others act responsibly and do not allow intoxicated individuals to endanger the lives and wellbeing of others. In order to ensure that this responsibility is not neglected, Massachusetts has in place a range of alcohol liability laws to help injury victims pursue compensation from those responsible for playing a secondary role in the accident that harmed them.

Alcohol liability can extend to restaurant owners, bartenders, and even simply those hosting a private party. Whether their actions result in a drunk driving accident or injuries from assaults committed by intoxicated guests, those in this position may be held liable for any damages caused. For the many victims of accidents and incidents caused by another person’s intoxication in Massachusetts, the lawyers at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, know how critical this compensation can be, especially when it comes to affording medical bills and covering for any lost wages.

Alcohol Liability Laws in Massachusetts

Under Massachusetts law, there are two main different types of alcohol liability. These are:

Social host liability affects people who serve underage guests, and dram shop liability affects bars, restaurants, and other public establishments that serves clearly intoxicated patrons.

Talk to an Alcohol Liability Attorney in Massachusetts

If you have suffered injuries as a result of a bar, restaurant, or social host’s reckless or negligent actions in providing alcohol to others, an attorney from Crowe & Mulvey, LLP can potentially help you fight for the compensation you are seeking. To learn more about how you can fight for your rights and interests, and how we can possibly help, call (617) 426-4488.