Torts — Wrongful death — Liability of owner of restaurant and bar which served alcoholic beverages to party who subsequently, while driving while intoxicated, caused death and injuries to plaintiffs who were riding Mopeds — Claim of liability under exception to Dram Shop Act which permits claim of liability against one who knowingly serves a person habitually addicted to the use of alcoholic beverages for injury or damage caused by or resulting from intoxication — Trial court did not abuse discretion in finding that plaintiffs’ expert did not possess the experience and qualification to express an opinion on habitual addiction to alcohol — Attorney’s fees — Proposal for settlement — Trial court did not abuse discretion by denying award of attorney’s fees to defendant upon finding that defendant’s nominal proposals for settlement were not made in good faith
43 Fla. L. Weekly D2752f
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