Under Wisconsin state law it is illegal for private individuals to serve alcohol to minors, and it is only allowed in very specific situations such as when their parents are with them. Despite the fact that it is against the law, many people choose to serve minors alcohol, which contributes to Wisconsin’s higher than average underage drinking. In certain cases, drivers who have been in a wreck with a drunk minor who was served alcohol at a non-commercial venue may be able to seek compensation from the person who furnished the minor with alcohol.
If you have been injured in an accident caused by an intoxicated minor, let us help you to ensure you are aware of how social host liability laws may bear upon your case. Contact an experienced Madison drunk driving accident victim lawyer of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. at 800-242-2874 to learn more.
When an individual serves a minor alcohol in a non-commercial capacity, that person may be deemed at least partially liable for any injuries or damaged caused by the intoxicated minor. A few of the conditions for this kind of liability are:
Given the variety of concerns that can arise after a car accident of this nature, financial compensation can be critical to helping an accident victim to obtain all necessary medical care, vehicle repair costs, and other fair payment in recognition of their suffering.
To discuss your potential case if you have been hurt in an accident caused by a minor who was served alcohol at a party or social gathering, contact the Madison social host liability attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. by calling 800-242-2874 today.