"Cool" parents provide alcohol to teens at parties. This can leave a child with permanent injuries and/or death.

Underage Drinking is not a new phenomenon.  Unfortunately it has been prevalent for many years.  Although Texas law states a consumer must be 21 years of age, alcohol has somehow made it into the hands of younger people. 

When an adult throws a party for minors and provides them with alcohol (or other drugs) it is not only illegal, it can be deadly. 

Some adults want to be “cool” rather than responsible.  Injuring children is never “cool”.  Hold them accountable.  Accountability creates responsibility. 

If you or someone you know was injured after ingesting alcohol/drugs at someone’s home, please contact our office.  We are happy to answer any questions you might have.  We are here to help you.


Tom Hall
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Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Personal Injury Trial Law