Liquor Liability Insurance
The definition of Liquor Liability:
Liq·uor Li·a·bil·i·ty (also known as Dramshop Liability) – Common law liability imposed upon those manufacturing, selling, serving, or providing alcoholic beverages for loss arising out of the intoxication or patrons.
The definition of Host Liquor Liability:
Host Liq·uor Li·a·bil·i·ty – Liability for bodily injury or property damage arising out of the serving or distribution of alcoholic beverages by a party not engaged in this activity as a business enterprise. Host liquor liability exposures are insurable under standard general liability policies.