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Baatz v. Arrow Bar
Citation:452 N.W.2d 138 (1990)
Kenny and Peggy Baatz appeal from a summary judgment dismissing Edmond, LaVella, and Jacquette Neuroth, as individual defendants. Kenny and Peggy were seriously injured in 1982 when Roland McBride crossed the center line of a Sioux Falls street with his automobile and struck them. Baatz alleges that Arrow Bar served alcoholic beverages to McBride prior to the accident while he was intoxicated. Baatz commenced this action, claiming that Arrow Bar’s negligence in serving alcoholic beverages to McBride contributed to the injuries. Edmond and LaVella Neuroth formed the Arrow Bar, Inc in 1980. They contributed $50,000 to the corporation. The corporation purchased the Arrow Bar business for $155,000. Edmond is the president of the corporation and Jacquette Neuroth serves as the manager of the business.
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