A Georgia jury has awarded $1.2 million to a woman who was scalded by 190-degree water that shot out of a convenience store’s cappuccino machine. The 52-year-old woman was burned in 2007 at a QuikTrip convenience store. The company claimed that the woman’s injury resulted from a rare accident. QuikTrip says it has since replaced the cappuccino machines at all its stores. The woman was burned on her hand and arm as she held her cup near the machine. It was reported that she could require an electronic implant to correct nerve damage caused by the burns. Nelson Tyrone III represented the Plaintiff and did a good job.
Source: Montgomery Advertiser
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