Further complicating things is the fact that states vary as to the level of proof
required to prove guilt as well as who can be held liable for a violation of a SIP
In Nevada, commercial vendors won't be held responsible for injuries caused by
... the major share of blame for the injury should be placed on the drunk person.
Jan 20, 2007 ... As a follow up from my last post about smoking, I began to question ways bars/
pubs/clubs could monitor their patrons drinking to better control ...
Who should be held responsible for the injuries? How would your answer be
impacted if, just prior to the incident, someone had warned the bartender and ...
Jul 14, 2015 ... A bartender or bar-owner that violates that law could be found liable, if a patron
causes a crash after leaving a bar. In 2012, a jury found a ...
Oct 18, 2012 ... In many cases, a server can be held liable and can face punishment ... a
bartender or server can take to better recognize if someone should not ...
Jun 19, 2013 ... ... be held responsible for injuries that result from their patrons' boozin' ... Since
bartenders have the choice to stop or continue serving booze ... Generally, a bar
can be liable for overserving alcohol if a retailer knew or should ...
Jul 5, 2013 ... And they can be held liable because they might have helped to get you drunk. ...
Should a bartender or bouncer witness any such activity, the ...
Jul 24, 2015 ... Under Colorado dram shop liability law, bartenders and others who serve alcohol
have ... §12-47-801, a bartender can be held liable if: ... The information
presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice ...
Nov 27, 2007 ... should have foreseen danger from having a railing which came only to the
fulcrum ... "The Plaintiff requested the bartender and the tap-man to call an ... The
Hotel was held to be 15% liable (the driver Sharpe 55% and the ...