Courts Rule on Important Issues in Drunk Driving Injury Cases: Husband who bought drinks may sue for wife's death; Driver who struck pedestrian may look to bar to share in defense

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It’s as simple as A-B-C. The Alcohol Beverage Control Law has long provided that it is a crime to sell alcohol to a visibly intoxicated person. Violation of the A.B.C. Law will expose the seller to a lawsuit for civil damages too. We visit two new cases that made their way to appeals courts this month, each starting with a drunk driving car accident and tragic injuries.

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