Hospitality Liability

Hospitality Liability

Hospitality Liability – Liquor Liability

The hospitality industry is frequently faced with a broad range of risks often requiring legal expertise to assist with the investigation, evaluation, resolution, and/or litigation of complex personal injury and wrongful death claims.  The seasoned litigation attorneys at Martin, Magnuson, McCarthy & Kenney have decades of experience defending clients ranging from regional, national, and international restaurants and other business organizations to small “Mom and Pop” type restaurants, taverns, and bars.  The depth of our experience includes defending a wide array of severe personal injury and wrongful death claims alleging liquor liability (negligent service of alcohol to visibly intoxicated or minor guests); negligent security resulting in assault and battery, rape, and/or death; premises defects (slip or trip and falls, inadequate lighting, construction defects, and more general failures to reasonably maintain the premises); food poisoning and other product liability based matters; as well as catastrophic loss of property.

Whether you are a large self-insured or partially self-insured corporation, an insurer or third party-administrator, or an uninsured individual or small business seeking experienced counsel, we will provide you with timely, efficient, and highly dependable litigation services to resolve your claim through dispositive motion practice, fair and reasonable settlement, or trial.   Our proven trial record defending cases involving highly complex medical, technical, and legal issues distinguishes us from other firms.  We offer expert counsel and guidance towards the most reasonable and efficacious disposition of your case, and truly value our clients’ earned trust in our ability.

If you require assistance with the investigation or defense of a potential claim or lawsuit in this area, please contact us today at (617) 227-3240.

MMM&K has obtained more than 100 jury trial verdicts in favor of our clients.
Our partners combine more than 250 years
of collective litigation experience.