Alcohol Excess & Access: Dram Shop & Social Host Hospitality
Commercial establishments where alcoholic beverages are served (e.g., bars, restaurants) and social hosts who serve alcohol in non-commercial settings may find themselves allegedly liable for damage, injury, and/or death caused by alcohol-related accidents involving individuals they have served. Critical issues addressed by toxicologists often involve interpretation and/or estimation of blood alcohol concentration (BAC) levels, associated clinical effects, and degrees of intoxication. Insurance and legal professionals will learn from this engaging one-hour session: • The potential effects of alcohol • How alcohol tests are performed and interpreted • The Widmark equation's importance on testing • A case study to illustrate the toxicologist’s role in dram shop cases This course is CLE and Adjuster CE approved.
CLE Approved for 1 Gen Credit and Cert. Credit in Business Litigation.
FREE to FDLA Members. Click Here to Register
Nadia Moore, PhD, DABT, CIH, ERT -JS Held