If you run a bar, nightclub, tavern or other type of alcohol-serving restaurant in the state of Texas (or really anywhere in the U.S.) it’s highly recommended that you carry liquor liability insurance for your establishment. Specifically, a liquor liability policy covers legal fees and court costs for most alcohol-induced incidents that occur at your business in the event that you’re sued or found liable of some sort of altercation. These three recent liquor liability insurance lawsuits in Texas can serve as a great reminder as to why it’s so important to get insurance for bars, restaurants, and even events.
In the state of Texas, it’s not mandatory for alcohol-serving establishments to carry a liquor liability policy. While some establishments may be OK with gambling that they’ll never be roped into a court case, the old adage “better safe than sorry” is a fantastic reason for many bars to purchase a liquor liability policy.
For instance, if […]