McMahon, McMahon & Lentz - Liquor Liability Cases
Under Pennsylvania law, a restaurant, tavern or bar in the business of selling
alcoholic beverages to the public has a legal duty not to serve alcohol to a person
who is visibly intoxicated or under the age of twenty-one (21).
Where a liquor establishment breaches this legal duty and an individual sustains
personal injuries in an accident caused by the intoxicated person, then the restaurant,
tavern or bar may be liable for personal injury damages sustained by the injured
We utilize skilled investigators, accident reconstructionists, toxicologists and
various other expert witnesses in our investigation and prosecution of a liquor liability
case. These cases often involve plaintiffs who sustain injuries in automobile accidents,
motorcycle accidents and assaults.
McMahon, McMahon & Lentz has successfully achieved large out-of-court settlements
and trial verdicts in liquor liability lawsuits also known as Dram Shop actions in
serious injury and death cases.
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The information contained herein should not be used as a substitute for personal
legal advice. You should contact the Law Offices of McMahon, McMahon & Lentz
to schedule a Consultation with an attorney who will speak to you regarding your