McMahon Comments On Tragedy From Restaurants Serving Alcohol to Intoxicated Patrons

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Wrongful death attorney John McMahon offers opinion on restaurants serving alcohol

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it is very common for bartenders serving alcohol in these establishments to have little or no training in identifying patrons under the influence of alcohol, or they just turn a blind eye.

The lawsuit arose from a horrific car accident in which former "Jackass" movie star Jason Dunn allegedly was driving at speeds over 140 mph. and ran off the road flipping the car multiple times which burst into flames. Dunn and Hartwell, his from seat passenger were both killed.

The lawsuit record, Hartwell, et al v. Barnaby's of America, et al. - civil docket number 120800300, alleges that Dunn was served alcohol in the tavern while he was visibly intoxicated and had a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit.

John McMahon, Jr., a well known person injury lawyer from Norristown, Pennsylvania commented, "it is very common for bartenders serving alcohol in these establishments to have little or no training in identifying patrons under the influence of alcohol, or they just turn a blind eye." He further believes that, "a substantial recovery in this case is very likely based on potential available insurance coverage carried by Barnaby's Tavern as well as the personal assets in Ryan Dunn's estate."

About John I. McMahon Jr.:
John I. McMahon, Jr. is a veteran trial lawyer who has been representing victims of negligence in wrongful death and serious personal injury claims in the greater Philadelphia metropolitan area for over twenty five years. Contact us at 1.800.859.6262

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