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Family Wins Hot Chicken Nugget Suit Against McDonald’s with Help of Jackie Chiles
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL — McDonald’s was found liable by a jury for a hot chicken nugget that fell out of a Happy Meal and caused second-degree burns on a young girl’s leg. The case was won on behalf of the plaintiffs by famed attorney at law Jackie Chiles, Esq.
"The facts of the case are simple — McDonald’s cooks chickens, not children,” said Chiles in his opening statement. “And correct me if I’m wrong, but a Happy Meal is supposed to make a child smile, not sizzle. Lady’s and Gentlemen of the jury, this level of negligence on behalf of the defense is atrocious, ferocious, egregious, outrageous!” thundered Chiles. “They’ve turned this sweet, poor, defenseless and — might I add — previously unblemished child into something you might find in a Ripley’s Believe It or Not! It’s Dishonorable, Deplorable, Despicable, Disgraceful!”
The defense argued that the food had to be hot to avoid salmonella poisoning, and that the nuggets were not meant to be pressed between a seat belt and human flesh for more than two minutes. But Chiles refuted this charge, dispatching the claim by looking directly at the female jurors, saying, “I think we all know how quick two minutes can be, don’t we?”
During final arguments, Chiles sealed the deal by playing an audio recording of the child’s screams before concluding, “The only thing we need serving in this courtroom is justice — with a side of fries.”
At the printing of this newsletter, Chiles had reportedly taken up another high-profile case. This time claiming liability for medical bills, future loss of income, emotional distress, and pain and suffering against Tesla Motors after a Tesla Model S’ spontaneous explosion sent its steering wheel rocketing through the air, making direct contact with his client — Cosmo Kramer.
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