Yes you can be held liable if they are able to identify your car. If you are asking this question, sounds like it was more than a mere bump to the other car. I would imagine the tavern had security cameras, if they did then the person that was "bumped" can view the video and make a police report and quite possibly identify your car as being the one that bumped into his/hers.
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You normally are required to to leave your name or insurance information when you hit a parked car. You should talk with criminal defense attorney before contacting the police about reporting the crash.
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Yes you can be held liable for allowing an intoxicated person drive your car. You should contact an attorney to assist you with the matter.Ask a similar question
Always report every accident to the police and to your insurance company, or it will come back to bite you.
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