You have GOT to be kidding me...

#2
That is the exact reason why I never served anyone who appeared intoxicated. That is the law actually. If you serve someone who is already drunk, you can be held accountible for the consequences.

When I was working at Denny's a guy walked in and asked for a beer. I told him no. He got pissed and stormed out of the restaurant. He got in his car and proceeded to strike another car head on in the parking lot

Cops came in and asked me about him. They told me if I would have given him anything, I would have been liable as well. Eff that.
 
#9
That is the exact reason why I never served anyone who appeared intoxicated. That is the law actually. If you serve someone who is already drunk, you can be held accountible for the consequences.

When I was working at Denny's a guy walked in and asked for a beer. I told him no. He got pissed and stormed out of the restaurant. He got in his car and proceeded to strike another car head on in the parking lot

Cops came in and asked me about him. They told me if I would have given him anything, I would have been liable as well. Eff that.
Wow....crappy law.
 
#10
while hes at it, why doesnt he sue the car maker for operating under the usage for a drunk driver, the tow truck maker, the tow truck company...the list can go on and on...the gas station for selling the fuel used in the accident...the oil company for providing the oil...the oiler that brought the oil over from the middle east...al queda for operating oil fields, and then the US Government for funding al queda during the cold war
 
#11
while hes at it, why doesnt he sue the car maker for operating under the usage for a drunk driver, the tow truck maker, the tow truck company...the list can go on and on...the gas station for selling the fuel used in the accident...the oil company for providing the oil...the oiler that brought the oil over from the middle east...al queda for operating oil fields, and then the US Government for funding al queda during the cold war
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swany

Bench Warmer
#12
Even though I can understand why they would sue the restaurant (I don't agree with it...what ever happened to personal responsibility?), suing the tow truck and the car stalled on the road? This is beyond ridiculous.
 
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