If your clients are in the food service or bar industry, they likely understand their liability risks when it comes to serving liquor. While this is typically the biggest money-making item for any bar or tavern, liquor goes hand in hand with increased accidents, fights, and liability. Therefore, read on to discover how to mitigate responsibility and understand how a Liquor Liability Insurance policy can provide the necessary peace of mind.
The last thing any bar owner wants is to be held responsible for the misjudged actions of their inebriated customers. However, if they cause damage to property, themselves, or another person, the owner of the establishment can be held responsible. What’s more, Dram Shop Laws exist in 43 out of 50 states, which makes it even easier for bar owners to be held liable for damage done by a drunk patron.