Left Navigation Liquor Liability - Claims Management Despite having policies in place, and following procedures and best practices for risk management, your organization may face a claim relating to the service of alcohol. In the event of an incident that could result in a claim, contact your insurance representative immediately. Reporting a Liquor Liability ClaimRecord all relevant information surrounding the incident, such as the names and contact information of any witnesses, employees or volunteers who were present or have information about the incident. Have them complete an incident report that includes all of the relevant details.Refer any discussions with the potential claimant to your insurer.It is wise to tell employees and/or volunteers that they should not discuss liability with potential claimants and that they should never admit liability. Investigate potential causes and implement preventive measures. Source: Compiled with Canadian Risk Intervention Inc. Commercial Insurance for Small Business Q&AQuestion to ask your insurance representative. Getting Started - Managing Your RiskA primer on the concept of risk management plus the basic steps of the risk management process. Related ServicesLiquor Liability - Risk Management If you operate a business where alcohol is sold or served, you need to manage and mitigate your liability risks. Useful LinksSample Zero Tolerance Drug and Alcohol PolicyEnsure that employees/volunteers are not performing duties while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. This policy addresses the use of drugs and alcohol at work, working while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and abuse of drugs or alcohol outside of work.