The Pennsylvania Dram Shop Act holds liquor license owners liable if they themselves, or their agent, servant, or employee serves, furnishes or gives a liquor or malt beverage to a customer who is "visibly intoxicated", and that customer then injures either himself or herself or another as a result.
If you or someone you love has been injured or killed in an alcohol-related accident, e-mail or call one of our experienced Pennsylvania personal injury lawyers today.
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