The South Carolina Supreme Court has affirmed a $10 million jury award against a bar and its owners for selling alcohol to an intoxicated man who later, while driving his car, crashed and injured a man and his father. Under South Carolina law, liquor stores, bars and their owners may be liable for injuries caused by a patron they “knew or should have known” was intoxicated even if the customer does not appear drunk.
Source: Insurance Journal
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