Does Virginia have dram shop liability?

In some states, dram shop liability laws hold that an establishment is liable for a drunk driving accident if it served alcohol to a visibly intoxicated customer who subsequently caused the crash. Virginia remains one of the few states that does not have a dram shop liability statute on the books. Courts in Virginia also continue to decline to impose common law liability upon bars, restaurants, or other establishments that serve alcohol to a visibly intoxicated person who later causes a drunk driving accident.