$625k Settlement for Injuries Caused by McDonald’s Employee | AA Law

$625K Settlement for Injuries Caused by McDonald’s Employee

Our client was a patron at McDonald’s in Long Beach, California. Our client bought food from McDonald’s to give to a homeless person that sat outside waiting for the bus. The security of McDonald’s approached our client and indicted them of loitering on the premises. When our client appealed to explain the allegation, the security grabbed our client’s wrist behind their back and bent their thumb very hard, causing our client to fall to the ground onto their left knee. The victim contacted Adamson Ahdoot to file a lawsuit against McDonald’s and obtained a $625K settlement.

Our client sustained severe and debilitating injuries as a result of this incident. The defendant failed to exercise ordinary care to educate the employees to practice basic conduct and attitude towards the patrons, by proximately causing our client’s resulting injuries.

The result of this accident was severe pain in the wrist of her right arm. The serious nature of the injury required surgery to insert a plate with eight screws. The sharp pain radiates up the arm as a pinching sensation.

The attorneys at AA Law secured a $625K settlement in a personal injury lawsuit as a result of injuries sustained at McDonald’s.


February 2021




Los Angeles, CA

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