A car accident in northwest Albuquerque on Saturday night left one person in critical condition and blocked traffic, according to police. Police responded to an accident with injuries in northwest Albuquerque at Unser and Lava Bluff. The vehicle was found hanging over a median and severely damaged. The cause of the accident is still unknown…
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On Saturday, September 5, a motorcycle accident in Guadalupe County claimed the life of a former Santa Fe police officer who had just completed service with the department less than a year ago. According to police, Louis A. Montoya, 59, was riding northbound on NM 91 at about 5:00 pm when he veered into the…
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An accident in southeastern New Mexico left two truck drivers dead after their rigs collided head-on and caught on fire. According to the New Mexico State Police, the accident occurred on Sunday, September 4 on State Road 128 near Jal, New Mexico when one of the trucks crossed the center line to avoid hitting a…
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Police have announced the arrest of a man for the hit-and-run accident that killed a 6-year-old boy in southern New Mexico. Jose Luis Bricino, 53, was arrested over the weekend, the Albuquerque Journal reported. According to police, Angel Fragoso Jr., 6, was riding his bicycle on Thursday when he was struck and killed by Bricino,…
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A New Jersey woman won a $522,000 settlement in her case against a local Dunkin Donuts, after sustaining injuries from tripping over a spike in the parking lot, her attorney told CNBC Tuesday.
Maria Marsala was carrying a tray of hot coffee when she encountered a dislodged curb stop outside a Dunkin Donuts in Highland Park, New Jersey in January of 2012, court documents said. She tripped over the mis-placed metal rebar spike, burning herself with coffee and getting back and shoulder injuries that required surgery, according to her attorney, Ed Rebenack.
The case, which also named the property owner of the strip mall that contains several other stores, was slated to go to trial in late September.
New York’s NBC 4 first reported the story. Dunkin Donuts did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment.
The suit against the fast-food breakfast and treats chain is far from the first to highlight the perils of a steaming morning pick-me-up. Both McDonald’s and Starbucks, for example, have faced lawsuits in the past over burns from spilled coffee, with mixed results.
Read More: http://www.cnbc.com/2015/09/15/new-jersey-dunkin-donuts-settles-personal-injury-lawsuit-for-522000.html
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