Montrose Chick-fil-A, Sugar Land resident blamed for chipped molar
A woman is suing a Sugar Land resident after, she says, a cherry pit served to her by a Montrose-area Chick-fil-A chipped her tooth.
Dilores Azar filed a lawsuit on June 22 in Harris County District Court against Chick-fil-A and Sugar Land resident Jesse Chaluh, citing negligence and gross negligence.
Azar says that on April 15, 2010, she visited Chick-fil-A’s drive-thru, located at 2715 S.W. Freeway in Montrose, and ordered a milkshake with a maraschino cherry on top. According to the suit, Azar was sitting in her car at the window paying for the shake when she bit into the cherry, which chipped her tooth.
Azar is seeking $74,999 in damages and court costs. She is being represented in the case by Houston attorney Catherine Hale.
Harris County District Court Case No. 2011-37245.
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