Mcdonalds Case page 122.lnk - Business Law Ouch!...

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Business Law Ouch! McDonald’sCoffee’s Is Too Hot!!!! 1. If I were Ms. Liebeck’s lawyer. What evidence would I try to introducee at trila to help win the client’s case against McDonalds? McDonalds coffee was not only hot, it was scalding,capable of almost instantaneous destruction of skin, flesh and muscle. As a result, Stellal suffered third degree burns on her legs, groin, and buttocks requiring her to be hospitalized and permeanent scared. McDonalds produced documents showing more than 700 claims by people burned by there coffee between 1982 and 1992. Some of those claims involved thrid degree bruns similar to Stellas’s. This shows that McDonalds was aware fo the extenet and nature of the hot coffees hazard. 2. Do you think Mc.Donald’s owed a duty to Ms. Lebeck and that McDonald’s breach this duty? Definitely, In this case McDonalds coffee, at the temperature at which it was poured into styrofoam cups was not fit for consumption because it would cause burn to the mouth
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