Party On? Third Party Liability and a Condo’s Party Room

For St. Patrick’s day weekend we have a post about alcohol! Daniel Brockenshire, a law student at Sutherland Kelly LLP, greatly assisted with the research and writing of this post. Thanks, Daniel!   Condominiums are required to have insurance coverage for liability claims related to property damage or bodily injury suffered by others on common elements. Some condominiums may even have purchased additional “loss assessment coverage” for major property damage or liability on the common elements.  But what about a scenario where unit owners/occupants or guests are served alcohol in a condominium’s common elements party room, leave intoxicated, and then injure a third party?   Read the article………….


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