BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A drunk dancer at Biergarten in Boca Raton allegedly fell on a woman, causing that woman to sustain critical injuries. That woman is now suing, saying that Biergarten needed to monitor the alcohol intake of its customers, and remove someone who appeared to be drunk.
The lawsuit, just filed in Palm Beach County circuit court, alleges that Maria Garcia was in Biergarten on April 3rd, 2021, when she fell to the ground because “an intoxicated female patron fell on her,” (leading her to be) injured in and about her body and extremities. She suffered pain, emotional handicaps, disability, disfigurement, and required medical and nursing care.
The suit states that Biergarten failed “to provide a safe and secure environment by allowing an intoxicated female patron to remain on the premises, which created a dangerous condition unfit for its patrons and business invitees.”
The suit adds that Biergarten “permitted the dangerous/intoxicated patron to remain for an unreasonable length of time.”
Bars are required by law to monitor alcohol consumption and stop serving people who appear to have consumed too much. Bars face fines, closures, and bartenders face criminal prosecution when patrons are allowed to drive under the influence after being served. Whether an apparent alcohol-related injury IN the bar will lead to action from the State of Florida remains to be seen. This civil action seeks in excess of the statutory minimum — $30,000.
Biergarten is located at 309 Via De Palmas in Boca Raton.
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