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Is it necessary to prove that the drunk driver was visibly intoxicated at the time that alcohol was sold or furnished?

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In Rhode Island, it is a requirement to sue the bar or a restaurant that you prove the person who received the alcohol or was served the alcohol was visibly intoxicated at the time. In Rhode Island, this is often done through use of expert witnesses and that’s one reason you should have an attorney who is experienced at drunk driving injury cases because they know the necessary experts to hire to prove visible intoxication.

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