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Protect Yourself and Your Guests When Hosting a Holiday Party

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Thanksgiving dinner at your house this year? Throwing a holiday or New Year's party? Driving to or from any of these festivities? As we prepare to celebrate with friends and family, here are a few tips to get everyone home safe and sound!
Protect Yourself and Your Guests When Hosting a Holiday Party

Is that they may be legally on the hook if an accident should occur.

Holiday parties can create a legal hangover if guests are injured or injure someone else. But what party hosts don't know...is that they may be legally on the hook if an accident should occur. From your great aunt Edna breaking her hip on an icy sidewalk to your brother-in-law Jerry drinking too much champagne and causing a crash on the drive home, you should know how to protect your guests and yourself before hosting a party this holiday season.

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