Holding Drunk Drivers Responsible For Injuries

Drunk driving accidents often result in serious injuries and deadly consequences. If you or a loved one was hit by a drunk driver, you may have personal injury action against more than one party. Not only can the individual driver be held negligent, but so can those parties who served alcohol to the drunk driving individual. Under Massachusetts dram shop laws restaurant, bar and nightclub owners can be held liable for overserving individuals. This can also include parents who served alcohol to minors at their homes, or dorm/frat parties where alcohol was provided.

At the personal injury Law Office of John P. McKenna, P.C., we are dedicated to helping drunk driving accident victims throughout Western Massachusetts. If you are thinking of bringing a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit, contact Springfield drunk driving accident injury attorney John McKenna today for a free consultation.

Massachusetts Dram Shop And Liquor Liability Laws

Attorney John McKenna has extensive experience representing individuals and their families in dram shop liability cases. His success as a trial attorney has earned him a well-respected reputation throughout the Massachusetts court systems. He will stop at nothing to ensure that you or your loved one receives compensation for damages suffered, including past and future medical bills, lost wages, long-term care, funeral expenses, loss of consortium, and pain and suffering. As a former claims representative for an insurance company, he has a deep understanding of what an insurance company's interests are in order to help your case.

Dram shop and liquor liability laws in Massachusetts provide that restaurants, bars or other alcohol-serving establishments have a duty not to overserve patrons. When an establishment or even a private individual overserves an individual, they can be held liable for any resulting injuries in a drunk driving accident. College campus bars, fraternities, sororities and dormitories are not immune from this law, and can also be held liable for overserving. We will thoroughly investigate all possible avenues in your drunk driving injury case and the circumstances that occurred before and after the accident.

Experienced Personal Injury Representation For Drunk Driving Accident Victims

For more than 10 years, Massachusetts DUI victim lawyer, John McKenna, has helped injured people from all walks of life get the compensation they need to get on with their lives. Call him today at 866-607-0601 for a free consultation about your drunk driving accident injury.