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Contract – Reformation – Tort/Negligence — Underage Drinker/Driver – Auto Insurance – Civil Practice — Contribution – Non-Party Bar – Statute of Limitations
Progressive Max Insurance Co. v. Floating Caps, Inc. After an underage drinker drove his parents’ car and hit a pedestrian, the pedestrian sued only the driver and his parents, not the bar that served alcohol to the underage drinker. By the time the parties settled the lawsuit, the statute of limitations had run on the pedestrian’s claim against the bar.