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It began over a year ago outside the Mineshaft Bar in Yuma, where Maria Guadalupe Garcia was heading home before she was struck by 31-year-old Pedro Correa Montes.
Montes pulled out of the parking lot in his car at high speed, hitting Garcia and two others before speeding off.
Garcia suffered traumatic head and back injuries as a result, and was eventually taken to a hospital in Phoenix for treatment.
Still recovering, Garcia is now suing the bar under Arizona’s Dram Shop Law, which states the bar could be liable for over serving Montes before he got in his car that night.
Lawyers for Garcia say they hope this incident will make other bar owners more wary of how much they serve guests.
"The hope is that other bar owners will take notice and not over serve their patrons, so that incidents like the one that happened to my client won’t ever happen again."