Chuck E. Cheese's settles suit over injured child

 
April 27, 2012

Texas-based Chuck E. Cheese will pay $6,500 to a family whose daughter was injured while playing on a ride at a restaurant.

Cassandra Diggles filed the suit in December in Jefferson County District Court (Texas) after her daughter fell and hit her head on the corner of a ride, causing a laceration. According to the SE Texas Record, Chuck E. Cheese's filed its answer, claiming Diggles "failed to exercise ordinary care ... by failing to keep a proper lookout while playing at the restaurant."

On April 10, an agreed judgment for the minor was submitted, which states Chuck E. Cheese will pay $6,500 into the court registry on behalf of the minor.

The judgment seeks to have all claims dismissed with prejudice.

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Topics: Chuck E. Cheese's Pizza , Insurance / Risk Management , Operations Management


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