Dram Shop/Liquor Liability
Lawyers with expertise in dram shop cases serving the people of Maine
If illegally supplied alcohol has caused an alcohol-related injury or loss, there’s no time to wait. Contact the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein today at 1-877-294-6813. Our aggressive attorneys fight for the maximum compensation to which you are entitled.
The phrase “dram shop” sounds odd, but injuries resulting from illegal sale of alcohol are all too common. Dram shop cases may arise out of any number of negligent incidents, including, but not limited to:
If alcohol was supplied illegally and played a role in the incident, you may have grounds for a dram shop case.
A dram shop was the name given to black market distributors of alcohol in 18th century England, where they sold it “by the dram” without paying taxes. Today, dram shop cases fall into two categories:
- Selling to an obviously intoxicated person. This may apply to bars, restaurants, or concert venues, and can lead to drunk-driving accidents and other serious risks.
- Selling to an under-aged person. Young people are killed in automobile, truck, and motorcycle accidents at a much higher rate than those over 21. Alcohol is often a factor. With this in mind, the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein is committed to our Arrive Alive program. Our goal is to see that high school students avoid the dangers of drinking and driving.
We will help you obtain justice if you or a loved one is a victim of a liquor liability accident. Call Joe today.
We know that a serious personal injury resulting from a dram shop case is a life-altering event. We hear every day about our clients’ hardships when they have lost a loved one or suffered a significant trauma and see first-hand their physical and emotional pain. That is what focuses our commitment to vigorous legal representation to injury victims in Maine.
Call Joe today at 1-877-294-6813. There is no fee or obligation for an initial consultation. And if we take your case, we don’t get paid until you win. You have rights; we’re ready to help. Contact our offices right away.