When people are intoxicated, their ability to make good decisions for themselves and those around them is stifled. That’s why alcohol providers are taught that they cannot over-serve customers who show signs of heavy or obvious intoxication.
Alcohol providers have both a moral obligation and a legal duty to stop serving alcohol to someone who acts or appears intoxicated. Unfortunately, many providers will ignore this law in an effort to sell more alcohol and earn a profit. When they partake in this unsafe practice, often times it is innocent people who pay the price.
If an intoxicated person injured you or a loved one, you have the right to sue for damages. The problem is this process is complex and tends to be difficult. Proving that someone was obviously intoxicated or acted negligently as a result of being served too much alcohol is not easy.
Steven Booker has been working dram shop cases for almost 30 years, fighting for victims in Texas and Oklahoma to get justice. While some lawyers may shy away from cases that are this difficult in nature, Steven has the experience and knows what it takes to hold the negligent restaurant, bar, and server responsible for their actions.
Here are a few of the ways Steven Booker will dig deep and fight on your behalf:
- By proving how much the person had to drink at the restaurant
- By gaining valuable witness testimony that the person was intoxicated at the time of the incident
- By investigating provider claims that they never over-serve patrons
With Steven Booker on your side, you can be confident that your case is being handled with the expertise it needs.
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