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Between 8 p.m. on April 15, 2000, and 1:45 a.m. on April 16, 2000, Anthony Sulls was a patron of Silk Stockings and Cafe Del Mar. Silk Stockings and Cafe Del Mar are an adjoining bar and adult entertainment nightclub. Sulls was allegedly served and consumed large quantities of alcoholic beverages. Even though Sulls was visibly and obviously intoxicated, the defendants, acting by and through their agents, servants, and/or employees, continued to serve him. Sulls left Cafe Del Mar and Silk Stockings in a grossly intoxicated state and drove his vehicle until he lost control of it and drove off the roadway, resulting in injuries and death to the occupants of the vehicle. One of the passengers who was killed was William Ridgaway, Jr. Ridgaway's estate subsequently sued two members of Silk LLC, the owner of Silk Stockings and Cafe Del Mar. Are the two members of the LLC personally liable for the accident that occurred after Sulls was served alcohol at their bar and nightclub?


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