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What is the Deadline for Giving Notice Under the Connecticut Dram Shop Law to the Seller of Alcohol of the Intention to Bring a Claim for Injuries or Death Caused by a Drunk or Intoxicated Driver?
Pursuant to Connecticut General Statute Section 30-102, the written notice must be given to the seller of the alcohol within 120 DAYS of the sale or purveying of the alcohol.
At a minimum, the notice MUST contain this information:
- TIME when the alcohol was sold or given to the intoxicated person;
- DATE when the alcohol was sold or given to the intoxicated person;
- NAME of the drunk person(s) that was sold or given the alcohol;
- NAME of the person injured or killed in the accident;
- ADDRESS of the person injured or killed in the accident;
- TIME of the accident that injured or killed the victim of the accident;
- DATE of the accident that injured or killed the victim of the accident;
- PLACE where the person was injured or killed as a result of the accident.
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