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Can a private individual be held accountable if a drunk driver leaves their home and then...

Can a private individual be held accountable if a drunk driver leaves their home and then injures or kills someone? | Metnick, Levy & Dyson | Let Us Be Your Solution | 1-(800) MYATTORNEY | | 15300 Jog Road, Suite 103, Delray Beach, Florida 33446 | (561)498-9979 Florida has what's known as the open house party statute, which means that a homeowner may be held responsible for serving a minor with alcohol in their home, knowing that the minor is in fact a minor and knowing that alcohol is in fact being served at the home. If a minor then gets involved in an accident it's possible that the homeowner may also be held at fault for the accident.