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BOYNTON BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright Â© 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) – Boynton Beach man just filed a lawsuit against Red Lobster after breaking his tooth while eating the food he was in hid broken shells.
Bernard Kershner claims the Red Lobster at 700 North Congress Avenue contained shells and pieces of shell that kitchen workers should have removed. Kershner says he broke a tooth due to the restaurant’s negligence.
From the costume:
âOn or about April 27, 2021, Plaintiff, BERNARD KERSHNER, a client and business guest of Defendant, RED LOBSTER, ordered and purchased food from the subject Red Lobster premises located at 700 N. Congress Avenue, Boynton Beach, FL 33426. “
“On or about April 27, 2021, the plaintiff, BERNARD KERSHNER, ate the food which included mussels and other seafood from the defendant, RED LOBSTER, which included unexpected shells and / or pieces of shell which were caused the rupture of the tooth of the plaintiff, BERNARD KERSHNER.
“The defendant, RED LOBSTER, being a foreign limited liability company operating a restaurant and serving seafood to its customers and business guests, knew or should have known of the dangers posed by unexpected shells and / or pieces of shell in food intended for human consumption. “
The lawsuit is asking for more than the legal minimum of $ 30,000. Kershner says his medical bills, combined with the ongoing pain and suffering, are large and substantial.
Red Lobster did not immediately file a response with the Palm Beach County Clerk.
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