Paul White, franchise owner of the location at 1275 Eagles Landing Parkway, said “food safety and quality” are the restaurant’s top priorities.
“We are aware of the complaint and are currently investigating,” White said through a spokesman. “Because this is an ongoing legal matter, we cannot comment further at this time.”
The plaintiff's medical bills were more than $3,890 and she continues to seek treatment, the filing said. It adds Chick-fil-A “has admitted an employee gave the Plaintiff a drink that was contaminated with cleaning solution.”
Chick-fil-A found video of the incident and offered to pay for the woman’s medical expenses, Anderson said, an amount didn’t account for the customer’s “mental and physical suffering” or future treatments. The lawsuit seeks an amount to be determined at trial.
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