How do I prove in Michigan that the drunk driver was visibly intoxicated at the time that the bar served the alcohol?
Under Michigan case law, you must establish that the person was visibly intoxicated when served alcohol through eyewitness testimony to prove that the drunk driver was intoxicated at the time. This requires identifying and locating other people who were present at the time and obtaining testimony from them on how the person looked and acted at the time.
It is important to choose a lawyer as soon as possible after the accident so that an investigator is hired to locate all potential witnesses. To get specific information about your case, you should contact our Michigan Drunk Driving Accident Lawyers at (800) 606-1717.
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