Family of Montana Man Killed by Drunk Driver Settles Suit With Bar
Posted On April 30, 2018
The family of a Montana male killed by a inebriated motorist has reached a allotment with one of a bars they claimed over-served a driver.
The Independent Record reports 25-year-old Samuel Tielking died in Helena in Feb 2017 after his automobile was struck head-on by 46-year-old Chester French, who also died during a scene.
The family filed a lawsuit opposite Hap’s Beer Parlor and a Veterans of Foreign Wars post in East Helena, claiming both establishments were inattentive in portion French.
The family’s profession Murry Warhank says he can’t plead a allotment with Hap’s since lawsuit is still tentative opposite a VFW post.
Bars can be hold probable for a indemnification caused by over-served business underneath Montana law.