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Posted on July 13, 2022

What Are Social Host Liability Laws in Texas?

Under Texas law, establishments that sell alcohol can be held legally liable for serving clearly intoxicated customers or minors who go on to injure others. While these laws are primarily thought to apply to bars, liquor stores, clubs, etc. they also extend to social hosts. Social hosts are individuals who serve alcoholic beverages at...
Posted on July 3, 2022

Can I Sue a Bar After a DUI or Alcohol-Related Accident?

If you were hit by a drunk driver, you may be able to sue a bar if one overserved them. These cases fall under Texas’s dram shop laws.  What is Dram Shop Liability? Dram shop liability holds establishments that serve alcohol, such as bars, restaurants, hotels, clubs, etc., legally responsible for the harm caused...
Posted on December 16, 2020

Texas Awarded Federal Grants To Help Prevent Holiday Drunk Driving

With the end of the year fast approaching, many across the U.S. are gearing up for holiday and New Year’s festivities. While many of these celebrations are likely to be incredibly different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, one thing is unlikely to change – the consumption of alcohol. With an increase in...
Posted on February 5, 2020

Houston Man With Three DUIs Causes Fatal Accident

Driving under the influence of alcohol is incredibly dangerous and puts other drivers in harm’s way. Those who choose to drive drunk are also more likely to do it on multiple occasions. In fact, intoxicated drivers involved in fatal accidents are 4.5 times more likely to have previous DUI charges. This is unfortunately true...