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If You Have Been Injured in An Accident by Someone who is Intoxicate Call Us!

February 1, 2018

CLIFF BIDLINGMAIER  HAS SUCCESSFULLY RESOLVE MULTIPLE DRAM SHOP MATTERS, ALSO KNOWN AS PEOPLE INJURED BY DRUNK DRIVERS IN PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW JERSEY

 

Cliff Bidlingmaier has successfully resolved three alcohol-related accidents, also known as dram shop cases, for a combined recovery in excess of millions of dollars. Dram shop is a legal term of art which makes a business that sells alcoholic beverages to an individual who is visibly intoxicated liable to anyone injured by the drunken patron.

 

Two of the cases were in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and the other case was located in Mercer County, New Jersey. The first Bucks County case involved the over-serving of an already visibly intoxicated patron who was subsequently involved in a car accident. In this car accident, the passenger sustained significant injuries. The second case in Bucks County involved the over-serving of a visibly intoxicated patron Finally, the Mercer County matter involved the sale of alcohol to a visibly intoxicated patron who left the establishment and caused an accident with an individual who sustained serious and permanent injuries.

 

These cases all involve the over serving of alcohol to visibly intoxicated patrons of businesses by the business or their employees. That is the traditional dram shop act. Being served while visibly intoxicated is required to establish liability against the bar, tavern or restaurant, which can be established through numerous factors including: the individuals, blood alcohol content (BAC); witness testimony, video evidence and expert testimony of a toxicologist.

 

Cliff Bidlingmaier works tirelessly to get his clients fair compensation for the injuries they suffered due someone else’s irresponsible selling and consumption of alcohol by using the dram shop laws Pennsylvania and New Jersey enacted.

 

 

 

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