If you’re looking for a quick bite to eat and don’t have the time for formal dining or commuting long distances for a good meal, Chick-fil-A should be your natural choice. Founded in the late ‘60s in Georgia, this fast-food restaurant chain has become the go-to place for burgers and shakes and other light meals for those on-the-go as well as teens and young adults. This is a restaurant that receives a lot of foot traffic every day, and because of the greasy nature of the foods served, condiments and the like may end up on the floor, thereby presenting a safety hazard for other customers. To this end, workers at Chick-fil-A must be diligent when it comes to wiping off and mopping up any spilled liquids or foods so that the restaurant is kept safe for all patrons. Getting injured at a Chick-fil-A is something that points to workers negligence, and under premises liability law, one may be able to file a restaurant injury lawsuit in order to recover compensation and justice, and we can help with that.
Are you looking for an attorney that deals with Chick-fil-A injury lawsuits? The experienced restaurant and fast food injury lawyers at McCready Law have over 90 YEARS of combined legal experience that we would love to put to work for you. Please call our fast-food injury lawyers NOW at (773) 825-3651 to learn more about your legal options for justice and compensation. We work on contingency fee basis, which basically means that we don’t charge you a CENT when we initially take on your case, and work on it to successful completion, and we’ll only levy our fees once we’re recovered compensation on your behalf. Wherever you are in the country, we can help: please call us NOW at (773) 825-3651 to learn more about your legal options after getting injured at Chick-fil-A. Accepting cases countrywide.
Some of the injury hazards at Chick-fil-A include:
- Slipping and falling on food or drinks splashed on the floor
- Workers failing to put caution signs on polished on just-mopped floors
- Lack of sufficient lighting in the restroom area
- Tripping and falling in the parking lot due to poorly maintained tarmac
- Failure to timely get rid of rain or sleet or snow at the entryway to the restaurant
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It is important to note that businesses are legally required to operate under premises liability law. What this means is that business owners must ensure that their premises are safe and free from any hazards in order to protect the health and overall wellbeing of the people that access their premises to do business. Failure to adhere to this opens the business up to liability and litigation under premises liability law. In these kinds of cases, one can sue for various damages such as past and future medical care, pain and suffering, punitive damages, loss of enjoyment of life, loss of consortium, legal fees, and so much more. If you feel that Chick-fil-A management should have done more to prevent your injuries, we’d love to hear from you. Please call (773) 825-3651 and we’ll go over your case’s particulars with you. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.