Sunday, September 24, 2017

Your One Stop Site for Storage Coupons


Storage Coupon Guru is committed to helping people find storage deals and discount specials offered by storage facilities.  Using Storage Coupon Guru is a win-win for both the people looking for low priced storage units and the storage facilities looking to fill their empty units.  For the person needing to save big money on storage units now, it’s as easy as finding a discount coupon on Storage Coupon Guru from the storage facility in your desired city or town.  For the storage facility owner, you can fill your vacant units by quickly posting coupons with your desired details, specials and discounts.  As occupancy changes, the coupons can be edited by you 24/7, as many times as you want.  Take control of your occupancy by partnering with Storage Coupon Guru.  Let Storage Coupon Guru match online shoppers with your vacant units.

We know the industry.  The yellow pages are not being used like they used to be. Storage Coupon Guru is designed to be fast and easy for the person looking to save money on storage and very affordable for the storage facility owner that wants to control occupancy of any size or style unit.  Storage Coupon Guru is a true win-win for all.  Storage renters find great deals.  Storage facility owners fill their vacant units and get an enhanced web presence, even if they don’t have a web site. By joining our winning team, your storage facility is showcased to anyone searching online for a storage unit.  Unlike our cookie cutter competition, we don’t charge a storage facility multiple month’s rent if a unit is rented.  Or make storage facilities bother with getting their fees back if the rental doesn’t work out.  Unlike the other guys, we don’t associate our partnering facilities to an impersonal call center that talks to their customers.  Storage Coupon Guru is different, we put customers directly in contact with the storage facility.  Storage Coupon Guru charges the storage facility a simple monthly fee, starting at $9.95 that can be canceled anytime.  Once you’re on the Guru team, you’ll find out the value of staying with us.  Matchless value with an online presence that is needed in today’s economy.  Another win-win for all.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Car Detailing and Education

It seems my customers like to talk and talk a lot, especially the ones who want or have a new car.  Customers constantly ask me about different makes or models of cars they see or want to own and how to best care for it - car detailing.  I happily and respectively give my professional opinion and tell the inquiring people as much as I know.  The key in these educational moments are developing trust with customers and constantly educating them on what may be a good choice for the care of their car.  Often times, I explain why black is a a challenging color choice, and why a lighter interior may not be practical for the customer with three kids, two dogs, and a pet squirrel.  The customers typically appreciate my professional opinion, and these conversations give me an opportunity to educate and hopefully win business by educating marketing.  These conversations ultimately build trust and allow the opportunity for the customer to taste and see that my advise works.  I become the 'go-to' person who they believe when it comes to their cars paint or  interior and how to professionally care for it.  This is very important when there is misinformation being provided by a dealership or anyone else who tries to steer a customer in the wrong direction.

Why Bella Vita Gives Back

“Three things in human life are important: the first is to be kind; the second is to be kind; and the third is to be kind. ”• Henry James

Lets be grateful!

We are aware of the fact that life is better than we deserve.  The world is full of pain and suffering, hardship and lots of turmoil, disappointment and regret. So the fact that we can be thankful and mean it is, in its own way, a small miracle.

Being grateful is always a choice.

We know and continue to learning there is a responsibility that comes with privilege. That we are blessed to bless. Gifted to give. We are not lucky, fortunate, or merely disciplined; We are expected to do something with the grace we’ve been given. And so are you.

What you give always comes back to you- it never fails.

When you run your family or business to serve others, benefits will come. Instead of thinking of how you can benefit, lead with a giving mentality of serving others. Giving often ends up benefiting you financially. Take a look at Sara Blakely, entrepreneur and owner of Spanx.  She believes what goes around, comes around. She measures her ultimate impact by what she gives as well as by what she gets. She creates a giving culture at Spanx. Employees, not just executives, run the philanthropy board, research potential grantees and deliver checks to organizations the company supports. Sara shares more than company profits; she shares the spirit of giving. This kind of inclusive participation is a model families can use as well.

We give.

You’ve see in every newsletter this year the places that Bella Vita has given to. Not only are we supporting our community, we’re making smart choices when it comes to the services and products we provide.

FarmHouse Fresh, the creator of the amazing all natural products we offer in our boutique, dedicates hours towards animal rescues and funding local rescue groups that save forgotten and abused animals.

HydroPeptide gives back by providing clean water in third world countries

Giving back is also part of our new line of AG Hair Products. Their outreach extends all the way across the globe to Africa through our Every Bottle Counts campaign. AG is also active in supporting national charities across Canada and the US as well as local charities in their Vancouver community.

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Emotions can run high for people whose businesses or homes are damaged by severe storms. What are some best practices for emergency storm restoration businesses approaching potential customers after devastating storms?

Restoration contractors can get ahead of most of the stress that severe storms can cause by being active participants in the surrounding community well before the severe storms hit. This establishes respect and brand trust among your community, customers, and just as importantly future customers which will ultimately keep you top of mind when a storm event occurs.  This is your company’s  opportunity to educate homeowners and business owners on what to look for in a quality contractor.  During this time it is best to emphasize your businesses’ core values and ethical standards by showing people your work ethic and being a person of your word, which can be augmented by past customer references. This is your company’s opportunity to educate and demonstrate to business owners and homeowners on what to look for in a quality contractor.  

You can further strengthen your company's image by being out in the community immediately after severe storms with tarps, water, and other essentials to offer people with immediate needs. Be honest and humble, but most importantly, let people know you are in the business of helping people restore their lives after these hard situations from severe storms.  We are in the business of serving and restoring.  

Sunday, September 10, 2017

GRIEF - Talk it out!

When a loved one passes away, it has become common to send flowers with a card that says something like:
  • I’m so sorry to hear about your loss.
  • Thinking of you in these difficult times
  • Our hearts go out to you and your family.
While cards are thoughtful sentiments, a person can often find difficulty coming up with what to say to a grieving person in conversation. Everyone grieves differently, so finding the words to comfort them during emotional times often begins with listening actively and speaking carefully.

Speak Lightly and Wisely

When speaking with the grieving, it’s important to choose your words wisely. Remember, you don’t need to fix their pain, but just be there for them. A few helpful phrases of comfort to offer include:
  • “I feel your pain.”
  • “I’m here for you.”
  • “I love you.”
  • “When you’re ready to talk I’ll be here.”
It’s easy to get sidetracked and start speaking about your own personal life experiences.  Only make comparisons to empathize if it appears to be helping.

Be Available

It is important to remember that it can be hard for people coping with grief to find the right words to express themselves. Sometimes they just need to sit there. When they are ready, be available to listen. Offer words of validation to let them know they are being heard, such as “I understand your pain.
Don’t be afraid to bring the deceased up in conversation to promote healthy grieving. Discussing the deceased signals it is okay to express themselves and talk aloud about the person who has passed, rather than feeling it is weighing them down internally. This will also help in the coping and acceptance process, as well as allow the individual to feel comfortable sharing memories.

Avoid overused comfort phrases.

Remember to validate a loved one’s grief and to give them time to talk things out. But, at the same time, beware of platitudes and clich├ęs such as “It’ll get better over time.” This can be considered an easy way out from listening and comforting a grieving loved one.
Avoid speaking in time frames. Phrases such as, “It’s been 3 months,” are not helpful because – again – everyone heals differently. The phrase “time heals all wounds” is a common myth about grief.

Overcome distance with technology. 

In this day and age, we are fortunate enough to have technologies like Skype and FaceTime available to help us stay in touch with our long-distance loved ones. Try suggesting a conference call with a group of people close to the one in grief. Remember that they can sometimes be unlikely to reach out due to nerves and feelings of vulnerability, so taking initiative will be appreciated.
While it may seem like these efforts aren’t as impactful as they could be, they can potentially mean a lot to someone in pain. On the other hand of the technology spectrum, you can even try sending them some of their favorite things in a gift basket or simply just writing them a letter. Handwritten notes feel more meaningful today among all of the technology at our disposal.
At Crown Hospice, we are here to offer help and resources to help make end-of-life planning easier. Call us at (573) 335-4800.
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Tips for writing an obituary

Writing an obituary for a friend or loved one is not an easy task.
An obituary serves a variety of purposes. It’s a notification of someone’s passing, a description of their life, a recounting of the extended family and special friends who the loved one touched, an informational notice about an upcoming funeral.
It can be an expression of thanks to caregivers or special friends who were there in a time of need. In many cases, it can also be a request for charitable donations in a loved one’s memory.

Moving Beyond the Basic

At its best, an obituary is a tribute to a life well-lived and a person well-loved.
Keep in mind that you’re doing more than just providing information. You’re also telling a story of someone’s life. Of course, in order to tell the story, you’ll need basic information.
If you don’t have that information, start by talking with their loved ones. They should be able to provide the basics: age, occupation, education, military service, where they grew up, places they lived.
From there you can begin to get more personal: What were their interests? What sports or hobbies did they enjoy? Were they a part of community involvement or church activity? Which charity events did they promote or support? What were their most important or impressive accomplishments in life?

Adding Color to Their Stories

Rather than conducting a formal interview, try to engage your information sources in relaxed, informal conversations. Give them time to think and reminisce in a relaxed setting. Try to get them to tell interesting stories about their interactions with the loved one who has passed. This will give readers some insights into what made that person special – perhaps some special trait of character, sense of humor, honesty, community-mindedness, generosity, love of travel and so on.
From there, try to paint a word picture of who this person was and what they meant to the world of their friends and loved ones. Don’t just tell the reader that so-and-so was a good person. Show the reader by describing their interactions and the energy that they put into those aspects of their lives that they held most important.
Also, you’ll need to determine how many family members to include. This includes the number of “preceded in death by” as well as surviving relatives and other loved ones. How far does the family want to go back? Be careful about leaving people out accidentally: grandparents (both sides, deceased and living), stepfamilies, aunts and uncles, significant others and of course, children, grandchildren and more, if needed.
Keep in mind that the people providing you with information have other things on their mind. Be careful that no one’s feelings get hurt by an unintended omission. Finally, determine if there is a particular charity or other cause the family wants to identify for memorial donations.

Adapting to Fit the Need

Consider developing several different lengths for the obituary – a short one for a paid ad, for example, and a longer one to give out at the eulogy or funeral service. Check with your local newspaper for appropriate publishing lengths. With genealogy growing in popularity, you might consider an even longer one to provide background on family history or to post on a website.
Also, make sure to proofread and to have a family member or other person in the know review the finished copy for accuracy and completeness.

Final Thoughts

Be careful about including information that can be used for identity theft or that might make someone vulnerable for exploitation. Depending on the community where you live, it might be advisable to avoid identifying the address of the surviving spouse or even the time of the funeral.
In short, be compassionate, complete and careful.
At Crown Hospice, we are here to offer help and resources to help make end-of-life planning easier. Call us at (361) 575-5900.
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Dealing with the death of a friend and loved one

You can never really be prepared for the death of a close friend. No matter what age or stage of life, the death of a close friend is hard to handle.
After a loss, the hole in your life seems overwhelming. But the symptoms of grief are common to many people, and there are concrete steps you can take to help ease the pain as you cope with the death of your friend. Here are three things that could help:

1. Ask for Help

Unlike a physical injury where your cast or crutches are visible, it’s easy to forget that someone is hurting. Even those who remember may be worried, they’ll most likely say the wrong thing. Let friends know if you want to talk about your loss or if you’re not up for scheduled plans. If you can, take a few days off from work.

2. Connect with Mutual Friends

Sharing memories with mutual friends can help bring light in a dark time. Reminiscing and laughing over fond memories of your loved friend with other acquaintances can help with the feelings of loneliness that are sure to creep in.

3. Find Comforting Rituals

Try to keep yourself busy with things that you enjoy. Sometimes, doing activities that you and your friend liked doing together can help to work through the pain of their passing.
Dealing with the death of friend is never easy, but as the months go by, my memories will bring more smiles than tears.
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Hurrican Season Tips for Seniors and the Elderly

Hurricane season is quickly approaching. Even if the elderly in your life don’t live on the coast, the heavy rains and severe storms pose a potential safety threat.
Careful planning ahead and a little organization help ensure that your loved one will be safe and ready.
Here are five practical tips to make sure you’re prepared well before a storm is on the way.

1. Get organized

Make sure you have copies of all relevant emergency contacts and medical documents in one folder. This includes detailed medication lists and an up-to-date medical history describing allergies and other health concerns.

2. Stock up

The Red Cross recommends keeping a two-week supply of water (1 gallon per person per day) and nonperishable food items in the house. Flashlights, extra batteries and a hand-crank radio are also essential. Don’t forget to stock up on prescription medication too. Keep at least one extra week’s worth of medication and medical supplies on hand.

3. Establish a personal support network

If your loved one lives alone, make sure they have a well-established network of local family, friends or neighbors. Make sure these individuals can help prepare the home ahead of time and check in during or after a storm. Exchange sets of keys, show others where emergency supplies and medical information are located and agree on ways to maintain contact in case phone lines are down.

4. Make a plan

Even if you’re organized and have a stock of supplies, it’s also important to have a well-established plan in place before a storm hits. Sit down with your loved one and talk about your emergency plan.
Make sure you have a strategy for how you’ll reunite if there is an evacuation and how you’ll contact each other if there is no phone service. Ensure you have a place your loved one can stay that’s comfortable and adequate to his or her needs.

5. Know when to evacuate

Pay attention to the local news. Leaving early means beating the rush and spending less time on the road. Pack bags ahead of time with all necessary items for a few days away.

For more tips and checklists to ensure that your loved one’s needs will be met in an emergency, go to the Red Cross’s webpage on emergency preparedness for seniors.
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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Life Insurance Tips Tulsa

Life Insurance Tips Tulsa

Before you go shopping for your first life insurance policy, here are a few “good to know” tips for finding the right policy at an affordable price:

1.     If necessary, take advantage of the “free look” period.

Even after your policy issues, you'll typically have what is called a free look period. During this time, you'll have a certain amount of days in which to make changes to your policy, or even reject it completely. Be sure to ask your company representative how long your free look period is and when it begins. If for some reason you don't feel the policy is right for you, this is the time when you can change your mind with no financial responsibility.

2.     Compare apples to apples.

When getting price quotes on life insurance, be sure that you are comparing similar products. Because term life normally has lower premiums than a permanent life policy, there can be a big price difference for a $50,000 term policy compared to a $50,000 permanent policy. Depending on your coverage needs, it's essential to look at every angle, not just the monthly premium.

3.     Understand that life insurance is designed for protection.

Your main purpose for getting life insurance should be to protect your heirs financially in the event of your death. While permanent life insurance policies have the potential to earn cash value over time, they are not meant as an investment vehicles.

4.     Enhance your coverage with policy riders if necessary.

When you select a policy, ask your company representative about the types of policy riders that may be available to you. Riders or endorsements are ways in which you can customize your policy to meet your needs and budget.

5.     Buy from a reputable life insurance company.


Your life insurance policy is meant to financially protect the people you love when you are no longer here to do so yourself. Do some homework on the life insurance company that you are considering buying from. 

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Want to protect your car? Here are some tips!

ULTIMATE PROTECTION
Guarding your investment is why you searched out car detailing and found us, Autoflections.  The newest technology in exterior paint protection is nanoceramic coatings. Don’t let the name deter you! It is a revolutionary product.  We offer this ultimate paint protection ranging from 6 months to guaranteed 3 years of gloss enhancing, self-cleaning, and scratch and chemical resistance technology.  Click below to read more or give us a call!

For decades, car detailing a vehicle’s exterior consisted of a wash, sometimes buffing/polishing the paint, and then a wax or sealant.  Let’s face it, the waxes and sealants don’t last very long because they are not designed to withstand the harshness of the elements. They either wash off or melt away in the hot sun requiring frequent reapplication to maintain a smooth, shiny paint.  Autoflections Car Detailing is now changing the way your vehicle is protected from those elements with the ULTIMATE PROTECTION of nanoceramic coatings. It is a REVOLUTIONARY, extremely hydrophobic technology to protect the paint of your car as well as providing resistance to exterior scratches and chemicals used in the environment.  We have two products offering 6 month protection to a guaranteed 3 year protection!

Saturday, June 10, 2017

WHY STAY AWAY FROM SOFT DRINKS?

Soda. Pop. Coca-cola. Whatever you like to call it, there are over 1500 different types of soft drinks in the United States. In the US, over $3.2 billion dollars is spent on soda marketing in attempts for people to buy their products and it must be working because Americans consume 57 gallons of soda per year, making it the second most consumed beverage, losing only to water. We all know soda has a negative connotation, but do you know exactly why it is bad for you?
Why You Should Stop Now
• No Nutritional Value: The biggest risk for regular soda drinkers is the excess calories. The calories in regular soda are coming entirely from added sugar, and you’re not getting any value in terms of vitamins or minerals, or even good quality carbohydrates.
• Tooth Decay: Sugar and acid in soft drinks easily dissolve tooth enamel. Since tooth enamel is not a mineral, it does not grow back causing permanent damage.
• Kidney Issues: Soft drinks contain high phosphoric acid levels linked to kidney stones.
 Heart Disease and Diabetes: Most soft drinks contain high fructose corn syrup, which has been associated with an increased risk of metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome is a condition associated with an elevated risk of both diabetes and heart disease. Heart disease is the leading cause of death of women in the United States. Also, those who drink more soda have an 80% increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
• Obesity: The relationship between soft drinks and body weight is so strong that researchers calculate that for each additional soda consumed, the risk of obesity increases 1.6 times. In addition to the threat of reaching obese levels, researchers also found after following forty-thousand men for two decades, those who drank a sugary beverage each day had a 20 percent increased risk of having a heart attack.
Don’t Let the Word "Diet" Fool You
Just because it says “diet” soda doesn’t mean it’s any healthier for you than regular soda. While the diet sodas are better for your teeth because the artificial sugars do not allow plaque to grow, it still has a lot of the same negative side effects as regular sodas. Diet sounds like it could mean “weight loss” but artificial sweeteners found in diet sodas have been found to increase sugar cravings because it’s not a natural source of sugar and the brain continues to seek the real deal. This can lead to increased eating and drinking because your body isn’t satisfied. Artificial sweeteners are also linked to type 2 diabetes, headaches, depression and other negative side effects.
Of course, nothing is bad in moderation, but why take the chance when there are other options with nutritional value? Leave the soda behind and make a better choice for your body.
Sources:
http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/27/health/stop-drinking-soda/
http://www.medicaldaily.com/pulse/soft-drink-dangers-8-ways-soda-negatively-affects-your-health-319054
http://www.medicaldaily.com/diet-soda-vs-regular-soda-one-worse-you-other-308063
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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Can you spot Signs of a Stroke?

Did you know that having a stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States? Maybe you’ve had a family member or you have seen someone on television suffer from a stroke but do you know what it is or the warning signs?
What is a stroke?
A stroke is a “brain attack”, an attack on the brain. Although it is more common for women over the age of 55 it can happen to anyone at any time. It occurs when blood flow to an area of brain is cut off. When this happens, brain cells are deprived of oxygen and begin to die. When brain cells die during a stroke, abilities controlled by that area of the brain such as memory and muscle control are lost. How a person is affected by their stroke depends on where the stroke occurs in the brain and how much the brain is damaged. For example, someone who had a small stroke may only have minor problems such as temporary weakness of an arm or leg. People who have larger strokes may be permanently paralyzed on one side of their body or lose their ability to speak. Some people recover completely from strokes, but more than two thirds of survivors will have some type of disability. Having a stroke is the leading cause of adult disability in the United States.
Signs of a Stroke
The American Stroke Association uses the acronym “F.A.S.T.” to spot the warning signs of someone having a stroke.
F- Face Drooping: Does one side of the face droop or is it numb? Ask the person to smile. Is their smile crocked?
A- Arm Weakness: Is one arm weak or numb? Ask the person to raise both arms. Does one arm drift downward?
S- Speech Difficulty: Is the speech slurred? Is the person unable to speak or hard to understand? Ask the person to repeat a simple sentence and see if it is repeated correctly.
T- Time to call 911: If someone is showing signs of these symptoms call 911 or get to the hospital immediately. Check the time so you know when the symptoms appeared.
Some other symptoms may include: Numbness of face, arm or leg. Confusion. Trouble seeing in one or both eyes. Trouble walking, loss of balance or coordination. Sudden severe headaches.
Prevention
Luckily, up to 80% of strokes can be prevented.
The first step to preventing a stroke is to identify conditions that can increase your risk of stroke such as heredity, high blood pressure, heart disease, high cholesterol, sleep apnea, diabetes, hormones and circulation problems. All of these factors can be discussed with your health care professional.
There are some things you can control at home on your own such as:
Quit Smoking: Smoking accelerates clot formation, thickens blood and increases the amount of plaque build up in the arteries.
Watch What You Eat: Try to eat a lot of fruit and vegetables, along with foods that are high in fiber. Eating less cholesterol and fats may reduce the plaque in arteries.

Maintain a Healthy Weight: Carrying extra weight can make you more apt to develop a high blood pressure, heart problems and diabetes.

Be Active: Physical activity can help you lose weight and reduce stress which can lower blood pressure.

Drink Less: Drinking too much alcohol can increase blood pressure and increase the risk of a stroke.

Now that you’ve read our blog you know how to spot a stroke and how to prevent a stroke. You could save someone’s life as well as your own!

Sources:
http://www.stroke.org/sites/default/files/resources/prevention-brochure-2015.pdf

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Saturday, May 20, 2017

Riverside Heat & Air Tulsa HVAC Services



Riverside Heat & Air focuses on residential and commercial solutions including heating, air conditioning, and indoor air quality service and installation. Riverside Heat & Air’s viewpoint is to deliver the best possible service to its customers. Outstanding service and customer “wow” factor have been helpful in their growth, and they will do everything possible to create positive experiences.

Even though they sell the best heating and air-conditioning equipment available today, their best asset still remains their employees. 

Riverside Heat & Air, LLC has a team of trained and certified technicians who are ready to help you with evaluating your heating and air conditioning system, making needed repairs, setting up a maintenance plan, or even designing a new system for your dwelling. We specialize in customizing plans to meet your needs.

Contact Riverside Heat & Air today!
Direct: (918) 798-9233

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Lyon Residential Construction and Remodeling Projects Tulsa, OK

 

Located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Lyon Construction is one of Tulsa County’s leading construction companies. Mr. Lyon and his teams of professionals are highly experienced and enjoy the task to construct unique projects.  Lyon Construction does it all: new construction as well as renovations and restorations.

Lyon Construction has access to resources that enable them to deliver a wide-range of services unparalleled in Tulsa within the residential building process. They work within the framework of a team-based approach which has helped them do some amazing things when it comes to construction and residential construction project management.
                                                                                                                                              

Lyon Constructiondesires to build your trust with one of your greatest assets.

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

COULD YOUR BARTENDER BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR YOUR DUI?


Bars and advertisements for alcoholic products often encourage people to “drink responsibly,” but in some cases, the establishments or bartenders serving these drinks may be at least partially liable for a patron’s alcohol-related injury or death. Under certain circumstances, bars can—and should—be held responsible for over-serving patrons.
Many states have “dram shop” laws (named after an 18th century term for pubs or taverns). These laws are enforced through civil lawsuits, allowing DUI victims or their families to sue alcohol vendors or retailers for monetary damages.
It maybe difficult to know when exactly a bar can be liable. Here are a few examples of when an establishment could be responsible for your case:
WHEN A BARTENDER CONTINUES SERVING A PATRON IN SPITE OF OBVIOUS INTOXICATION
A bar may be liable for over-serving if a bartender continues to serve drinks to a patron who is very clearly intoxicated to the point that he or she may be a danger to themselves or others. If, for example, a patron is slurring their speech, acting confused, or having trouble standing up and walking, a bartender should make the decision to stop serving drinks to that patron. If the bartender continues giving that person drinks, they are knowingly increasing the chances of an accident, especially if the patron is planning on driving home from the bar.

WHEN AN OVER-SERVED BAR PATRON CAUSES A CAR ACCIDENT

It is possible for a bar to be found liable for injuries or deaths caused by a drunk patron who drove, especially if a bartender was aware or could reasonably have inferred that the patron was planning to drive home.

PROVING THAT A BAR IS AT-FAULT FOR OVER-SERVING

As previously mentioned, it can be challenging to prove fault even if you believe that a bar’s staff should be held responsible for an accident that resulted from their over-serving a patron. Not only do you have to prove that the intoxicated patron was under the age of 21 or had a habitual alcohol addiction, you have to prove that the bar staff knew the person was intoxicated and continued serving them anyways.
Bartenders might argue that they only served a patron a couple drinks, but that the patron had been drinking before coming to the bar, was drinking on an empty stomach, or had a low tolerance for alcohol. If the bar staff can prove that they could not reasonably be expected to know a patron was drunk, the bar will most likely not be held liable for any accidents or injuries resulting from that patron’s drunkenness.

However, that does not mean that you should just sit back if you’ve been harmed or have lost a loved one due to a bar staff’s inexperience or negligence. If you believe that you may have a case against a bar, talk to an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible to learn more about how you can prove fault.
If you’re still trying to determine whether a bar may be liable in your case, call Truskett Law to learn more.

Truskett Law is committed to keeping our community safe and healthy. If you or a loved one has been injured in a car wreck, we are here to help. We give free consultations for injuries, car wrecks and wrongful deaths.
Give us a call at (918) 392-5444