Car Accident Questions Answered by an Attorney with Nearly 25 Years of Legal Experience
When drunk individuals choose to drive and cause serious injuries and fatalities, victims and all of us are understandably enraged at drunk drivers’ negligence. But there are sometimes other parties that also play a role in drunk driving cases – bar and restaurant owners.
As legal providers of alcohol, New York bar and restaurant owners are legally obligated to ensure that patrons don’t over imbibe and cause accidents. When business owners fail to restrict alcohol consumption and accidents, injuries and fatalities results, they can often be held legally liable through a lawsuit under New York’s Dram Shop law.
If you or a loved one were injured in a drunk driving accident in New York, contact The Pryor Law Firm for seasoned legal advice and assistance. Firm founder Kenneth A. Pryor has two decades of legal experience and:
- Is an adjunct law professor teaching courtroom skills
- Has appeared on “Good Morning America,” “Dateline NBC,” “The Today Show,” “ABC News” and “CBS News”
- Is a member of the prestigious Million Dollar Advocates Forum who has a track record that includes numerous results that exceed $1 million
Attorney Pryor is highly knowledgeable regarding the laws governing bars’ and restaurants’ responsibility to monitor the quantity of alcohol they serve. When eating and drinking establishments fail to stop serving drunken individuals or prevent drunken patrons from driving, we can work to hold them legally responsible for subsequent injuries and damages. Our representation has resulted in millions of dollars in recovered compensation.
The Pryor Law Firm operates offices in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Nassau County, operates exclusively on a contingency fee basis (meaning you pay no fee unless we recover compensation for you) and can visit you or your loved one at home or at a hospital if travel is difficult. To contact us for help following an accident, call 718-773-1700 in Brooklyn, 212-222-8444 in Manhattan or 516-741-8100 in Nassau County.