Dram Shop and Alcoholic Beverage Involved Torts Depositions: Outlines with Questions and Tips for the Questioning of the Provider of the Intoxicating Liquor, the Intoxicated Person, the Police Officer, and the Witnesses to the Drinking.
A complete suite of forms regarding the intoxicating beverage aspects of depositions of: the provider of the alcohol (commercial provider or social host), the intoxicated person, the police officer, and non-party witnesses.
Whenever an intoxicated person has a mishap, whether it be a motor vehicle accident or the wrongful handling of a product, you save time and money by using these forms to start building your deposition questions on the alcohol intake. Leave the deposition knowing you covered all the bases!
Our set of Liquor Liability Deposition Questions includes four separate deposition checklists. A separate pattern outline is provided for each of:
- The provider of the liquor, whether it be a bar or social host,
- The intoxicated person,
- The police officer, and
- The non-party witness to the drinking.
When you buy this Liquor Liability Deposition Outlines Suite for only $69.50, we will also include (free) a Request for Production of Documents form to use when the provider of the beverage is a party to the lawsuit. With these five separate battle-tested forms our trial attorney author also has included notes giving you advice in asking questions at these types of depositions.
While practicing for the last 35 years, in a successful five state litigation practice, I developed and refined a comprehensive set of litigation forms. They saved me lots of time, and made me more effective for my clients.
A well thought out form gives results in the litigation! That is the benefit of using a DepoForm™ copyrighted form. You get results!
Most attorneys have no real system of developed forms. They waste time, and they get into holes at trial.
But that doesn’t have to be you.
Just think. For a few dollars you get great ideas and deposition question forms, a well drafted request for the items you need — information you can use over and over, case after case. This is certainly a good investment.
If this suite of forms for cases involving an intoxicated person saves you just one hour of time – ever – it will have paid for itself. Attorneys who are using my system right now are saving valuable hours every year.
All the best,
Civil Trial Attorney