Hot Coffee – HBO Documentary TONIGHT!
Although there have been a tremendous amount of personal injury suits in the past few decades, one case seems to stick out in everyone’s mind and is described as a “landmark case,” because of its media popularity and the current and future legal implications that the case holds.
The infamous 1992 Liebeck vs McDonald’s case in which 79 year-old Stella Liebeck spilled a cup of scolding hot McDonald’s coffee in her lap and subsequently sued McDonald’s for product liability in relation to the burns she suffered from the hot coffee. The lawsuit provided that the coffee at McDonald’s was “unreasonably hot and dangerous,” and that Ms. Liebeck’s injuries were a direct result of the unreasonably hot condition of the coffee.
HBO will premier the documentary “Hot Coffee,” tonight, June 27 at 9:00 PM. The Law Offices of Aronberg and Aronberg encourages everyone to watch this documentary in order to get an understanding and more complex education on the world of personal injury law.
The documentary will examine issues including tort reform, damages, and liability while divulging all of the details of the famous case that you may not know.
The reason we are strongly recommend that you watch this documentary is because it is very important in examining the future of the civil justice system. It will clarify legal misconceptions, offer new and insightful education about person injury, and probably most importantly, entertain you on a Monday night.
So everyone cook up your popcorn because tonight, you should sit back, relax, and let your legal horizons develop and broaden while tuning into “Hot Coffee,” on HBO at 9:00.
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