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Holding Parties Responsible Following Alcohol-Related Accidents

Drunk driving is one of the leading causes of car accidents in Minnesota and Wisconsin. No matter what the circumstances and what tragedies occur, alcohol-related crashes are inexcusable because they could have been prevented.

Although increased public awareness has decreased the number of drunk driving car accidents, unfortunately, these accidents still happen almost every single day. If you are injured due to the negligence of an impaired driver, the experienced Minnesota drunk driving accident attorneys and lawyers at Sieben Polk P.A. will aggressively pursue compensation on your behalf.

Holding Bars And Restaurants Accountable

In addition to the drunk driver’s responsibility, liquor stores, bars and social hosts may also have liability for injuries to innocent people. Punitive damages can be brought against drivers with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or more. The term “dram shop” refers to a drinking establishment such as a bar, lounge or restaurant where alcohol is sold and consumed. Minnesota law imposes liability on persons or drinking establishments that illegally sell alcohol.

The law includes selling alcohol without a license, selling to someone under 21, or selling to someone who is obviously intoxicated. If a person is injured or killed, the establishment may be held legally responsible. The statute of limitations for dram shop cases in Minnesota is two years. Victims must act quickly so that their rights are protected.

Talk To Our Attorneys About Your Options For Filing A DWI Injury Lawsuit

If you’ve been injured in a Minnesota or Wisconsin drunk driver accident, please contact the experienced drunk driving accident attorneys and lawyers at Sieben Polk P.A. Our attorneys have successfully represented and fought for clients in numerous drunk driving car accident cases resulting in large settlements and verdicts on behalf of our clients. Please call us for a free consultation at 651-377-4740 or 800-620-1829.