If you live in NJ and have kids, read Estate of Narleski v. Gomes. Here, the NJ Supreme Court held that an underage adult defendant may be held civilly liable to a third party drunk driving victim if 3 elements are met: 1. the defendant facilitated the use of alcohol by making their home available as a venue for underage drinking, regardless of whether they are a leaseholder or titleholder of the property; 2. the guest causing the crash became visibly intoxicated in the defendant’s home; and 3. it was reasonably foreseeable that the visibly intoxicated guest would leave the residence to operate a motor vehicle and cause injury to another.