Social Host Liability

Author(s): Stacey L. Stevens*

August 5, 2010

Thomson Rogers’ personal injury lawyer Stacey Stevens discusses Social Host Liability on Strictly Legal.

Learn the risks of hosting a party and who will be responsible if a guest is injured in an accident.

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