All restaurants are places where food and drinks are the main items there. Whether the food or drink is served by a waiter or the customer can get food from a self-serve station or buffet, spills are regular occurrences at restaurants. If you are hurt at a restaurant, we have the experience and expertise to help. Below are a few examples of conditions that can be dangerous at a restaurant.
Spilled Food or Water
Restaurants are regularly carrying food and drinks to customers. It is common for food and drinks to be spilled onto the floor. Even if the food is cleaned up quickly, there may be a greasy residue left that makes the floor slippery. If you slipped and fell because of food or a drink on the floor, or from a greasy spot, call us for help.
Self-Serve Items From Buffets, Condiment Bars or Drink Stations
Buffets allow the customers to get their own food and carry it back to their table. Other restaurants have self-serve areas where customers can get their own condiments, salsa or drinks. Customers may not be careful when carrying food back to their tables, which could create a hazard on the floor. If you slipped and fell because of food or a drink on the floor, call us for help.