Customer sues restaurant known for throwing rolls

14 Aug 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Missouri woman sues Lambert’s Cafe for getting hit with a ‘throwed roll’.

And that someone is Troy Tucker, who is suing the Sikeston-based restaurant after being hit in the eye with a roll in September 2014, according to the Riverfront Times.

The lawsuit Tucker filed claims her “head, neck and vision were severely damaged” and the restaurant should have known about the dangers of throwing rolls. Louis wants $35,000 from Lambert’s Cafe — a Sikeston-based restaurant chain known for, and trademarked as, the “Home of Throwed Rolls.” Tucker, 67, of the 2800 block of Martin Luther King Drive, claims that on Sept. 20, 2014, she “suffered serious and permanent personal injury” (a lacerated cornea) because of Lambert’s “defective condition of throwing bread rolls at customers.” Lawyer William K.

When asked if he was looking for such a settlement, he said, “I’m looking for adequate compensation for my client.” “Please note … that it is not the law firm of civil rights attorneys J. Please distinguish which Meehan Law Firm is suing them before we are run out of town, ’cause it definitely ain’t us!” EDITOR’S NOTE: While the lawsuit refers to Tucker with a masculine pronoun, the attorney’s office says Tucker is a woman and the pronoun used in the lawsuit was an error.

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