This case involves a 94-year-old woman visiting her local Wal-Mart. She tripped and fell on a rug at the store's entrance, which had been bumped up into a pretty obvious trip hazard, particularly for someone older and less limber. She later died from the injuries sustained in the fall.
At some point, the group directed some choice words at our clients' son, he answered in kind, and a member of the gang responded by pulling out a gun and shooting him in the head.
The family had supplied the group with alcohol, as well as a rifle, and they began to have some fun. At some point a couple of the girls in the group decided to go for a joyride in an ATV, leaving the two boys alone. It was then that one of them ended up shooting the other.
One such case involved a teenage boy who killed himself as a result of incredibly careless behavior by adults who allowed him access to both alcohol and a loaded firearm.
One case that illustrates how complex the law can be involves a gas station employee who was shot in a robbery, for which both the assailant and the station's owner were ultimately held liable, thanks to the efforts of our determined attorneys.
A young man and his friend were playing in a barn which had been converted into a game room, while a neighbor was firing a rifle at a target on the opposite side of a nearby pond. As a result, a bullet struck one of the young men in the barn, causing serious, life-threatening injuries.
Just because people won't be dying in drunk driving wrecks related to illegal alcohol service, doesn't mean that alcohol-related deaths will necessarily decrease. In fact, such deaths may just shift from the highways to our homes.
Grossman Law Offices is a proud sponsor of the annual Walk Like MADD 5K fundraiser, the signature event for the North Texas chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving. This special event brings together victims of drunk driving, their families, and activists to raise awareness about the still dangerous scourge of drunk driving. The partnership between...
What many think this way fail to realize about the law, and what's difficult for me to effectively convey in the spur of the moment, is that the overwhelming majority of family members pursuing wrongful death cases aren't terribly concerned about the money itself.
On April 17, 2019, Mothers Against Drunk Driving - North Texas honored Dallas dram shop attorney Michael Grossman with their Attorney Service Award.