Florida girl burned by McDonald’s fast food awarded $800,000 by jury
Second-degree burns caused by McDonald’s fast food lead a jury to award $800,000 in damages to a 4-year-old girl after her mother drove away from a drive-thru in South Florida.
The Chicken McNugget that injured the child’s thigh was 200 degrees in temperature, according to media reports.
“This was a very, very hot Chicken McNugget,” said Bob Jarvis, Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law professor. “The temperatures that these fast foods register always amazes me, and I wonder whether the food must be that hot. Maybe it does.”
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