Under Montana law, an establishment or person who furnishes a customer with an alcoholic beverage can be held responsible for resulting injury or death when the consumer is a minor, is visibly intoxicated, or is forced, coerced or tricked into drinking alcohol. If you were injured by an intoxicated driver, you may have a legal remedy against the driver as well as the establishment where the person was served. DRAM shop actions are subject to different statutes of limitations, and your claim may be barred if notice is not provided to the offending establishment within 180 days of the injury or accident. If you were injured by an intoxicated driver, it is critical to consult with an attorney as soon as possible to preserve any claims you may have. Contact Hensel Law today for your free consultation.