Unfortunately, the drunk driver died from his injuries, so the claim was brought against the drunk driver’s estate, which ultimately settled for policy limits. Because policy limits were not enough to compensate plaintiff fully for her losses, plaintiff looked for other avenues of compensation. In addition to bringing an underinsured motorist claim, plaintiff obtained information from guests at the party who confirmed the host had served hard alcohol to the defendant when he was obviously drunk shortly before he left the party and crashed into the plaintiff. It was reasonably foreseeable that providing and serving alcohol in the manner described created an unreasonable risk of serious injury to other folks on the road. The party host was liable for plaintiff’s injuries.