Driver Dies In Crash – Widow Sues Business For Serving Too Much Alcohol
Pennsylvania’s The Times Tribune reports the widow of a 29-year-old man killed in a one-car accident in February has filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging businesses over-served her husband alcohol.
The suit was has been filed against Valley Bowling Lanes Inc., Champion’s Lounge, Inc., and Bowl Credit, Inc., Carbondale Twp; and Chico’s Lounge Inc., Mayfield and alleges the businesses should have known her husband was intoxicated and unable to drive home the night of his car accident. It states the businesses’ bartenders, bouncers and/or managers failed to fulfill their responsibilities.
A minor son is also named as a plaintiff in the lawsuit which is seeking more than $50,000 plus interest and other court costs in addition to punitive damages.
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