Friday, April 16, 2010
Burger King has reportedly fired two employees at a store/outlet in Washington for being allegedly involving in serving a police officer with food products after they had spit into the food.
It's probably a good idea for consumers especially police officers to inspect their food to make sure that the food is properly cooked and nothing looks out of the ordinary to insure that the food has not been adulterated. If the food appears to be adulterated, tell the manager and notify the police. If you surrender the adulterated food to the store, you likely destroy the very evidence you have to have a claim prosecuted criminally and/or civilly. It's also a good idea to contact an attorney who has experience in dealing with claims involving adulterated food.
Please fill free to contact me if such a situation happens to you to answer any questions you may have since we have assisted a number of clients who have been injuried due to adulterated food or food cooked improperly including serious food poisoning and e-coli exposure.
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