It's sort of funny reading a law blog with a similar subject of our "News you will not see in Maryland" but brings up an interesting point. No doubt drunk drivers are a problem and probably more of a problem for bicyclists and pedestrians as we don't have steel cages to protect us from a encounter with a drunk driver.
So the question is do you think Maryland needs a dram shop law?
"Dram shop laws establish the liability of establishments arising out of the sale of alcohol to visibly intoxicated persons or minors who subsequently cause death or injury to third-parties (those not having a relationship to the bar) as a result of alcohol-related car crashes and other accidents. "
Read Maryland Injury Lawyer Blog coverage of this issue: <a href="http://rss.justia.com/~r/MarylandInjuryLawyerBlogCom/~3/CWQTYYcG8-M/wrongful_death_verdict_justice.html">http://rss.justia.com/~r/MarylandInjuryLawyerBlogCom/~3/CWQTYYcG8-M/wrongful_death_verdict_justice.html</a>