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Jul 5, 2012

That's true too.
Also, she was around 80 years old when it happened, and the elderly have a much harder time healing.
Everyone talks about it like she was suing for millions, but she really only wanted the med expenses. They ended up settling, I think.
Jul 5, 2012

True. I recall the coffee that was spilled had been heated to something like 200 degrees, well beyond the temperature it is meant to be (obviously).
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Jul 5, 2012
Wally in action, rare footage. Proof indeed that the training is needed! In Health Care we have posters and ppt presentations on Hand-Washing.
Jul 5, 2012
If you're talking about the Liebeck v McDonald's coffee case,
I use to think (like most people) that that was a frivolous lawsuit,
until I had to go over the evidence for a Business & Law (required gen. ed.) class.

It was actually a lot more serious than everyone assumes. The lady had to have skin grafts.
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Jul 5, 2012
Was Wally's work-related accident for real, or was he going the extra mile to dodge PHB's potential work assignment? Or maybe he's finally brought his stunt double to the office.
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