The Star Tribune is reporting that a Stillwater bar is being charged for serving an underaged adult alcohol. The young man died from extreme weather conditions, and his body was found more than two miles away the next day. According to the article, the bar was aware that underage drinking was a problem after the decedent’s mother contacted the bar to let them know that her son was getting in underaged. More coverage on this story can be viewed here: https://www.startribune.com/stillwater-bar-is-charged-with-serving-liquor-to-underage-man-who-died-in-the-extreme-cold/600273617/?refresh=true
The attorneys at Newmark Storms Dworak have extensive experience handling personal injury cases, and specifically bars overserving patrons, underaged or otherwise. If you or a loved one has experienced personal injury, call Newmark Storms Dworak at 612.455.7050 for a free consultation.