Dunkin’ Donuts Lawsuit
June 4, 2011 by staff
Dunkin’ Donuts Lawsuit, A Philadelphia woman has filed a lawsuit against Dunkin ‘Donuts after an employee mistakenly added sugar to their coffee instead of artificial sweeteners called she asked. This was not a minor error as Danielle Jordan entered into diabetic shock when sugar went through the system. The woman then (June 2009) had to be immediately taken to hospital. Dizziness and other serious side effects overwhelmed due to exposure to sugar.
Currently, Jordan is not at liberty to discuss the case and is currently seeking damages are not specified. Dunkin ‘Donuts has not ruled on the case and only issued a brief statement.
Daniel Jordan is suing the chain of donut sugar, because it puts in her coffee. She said the mistake was having a diabetic reaction.
Demand Danielle says she called artificial sweetener added to your coffee during a stop at the store two years ago. He also claims that after drinking the coffee he experienced dizziness, lightheadedness, and ended up going to the emergency room.
Kenneth Rodgers, Jordan’s lawyer says his client could not tell by the taste of coffee that has sugar instead of artificial sweetener of choice.
A legal liaison for the county, the donut chain based in Massachusetts, said he could not comment on the case. But she says that employees provide customers only to that request.
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