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Can I sue the bar for a drunk driving accident?

Despite the public's continuous warnings about the dangers of drunk driving, Ohio still receives a substantial amount of fatal crashes that result from driving under the influence. While intoxicated drivers are liable already for their negligent actions, there may be another person at fault who was not in the car with them.

Drunk drivers have to get their alcohol from somewhere. Many clients wonder if they can hold a bar owner or employee liable for damages and personal injury if they were the source of the driver's intoxication. While it is not a straightforward process, it is possible to do so. It is vital to understand how you can find a bar worker liable for a drunk driving accident if you want compensation for any major damages you received from the incident.

Where do you get divorced when you live in two different states?

It happens. Married couples split up and one spouse relocates to a different state. The question is, which state do you get divorced in?

Many people mistakenly believe that you have to file for divorce in the state where you filed for a marriage license. That seems sensible, but it is incorrect.

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