Dram Shop Laws and New Year’s Eve: Holding Bars and Restaurants Accountable

As the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve, people across North Dakota gather at bars and restaurants to celebrate the arrival of a new year. While the festivities are often filled with joy and excitement, it’s crucial to address the potential dangers associated with alcohol consumption during this celebratory time. In...

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Ask the Attorney: My friend borrowed my car and was in an accident. Does that make me liable?

In North Dakota, as in many other states, the concept of vicarious liability can come into play when a friend borrows your car and is involved in an accident. Vicarious liability can hold the owner of the vehicle responsible for the actions of the person driving with their permission. The idea is...

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Ask the Attorney: I was in an accident with a minor. Can I bring a suit against his parents for my injuries?

It is not uncommon for teenagers to cause automobile accidents. After all, they are less experienced drivers and prone to distraction, perhaps even more so than the rest of us. What happens, however, when you are in a car accident caused by a minor? How will you be compensated? Can you...

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Personal Injury Claims in a Hit and Run Accident—What Should I Do?

Navigate the challenging aftermath of a hit and run accident with this comprehensive guide. Understand your rights, explore the steps to take immediately following the incident, and learn how to pursue a personal injury claim despite the absence of the at-fault party. This blog post provides valuable insights to help...

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