McDonald's, Taco Bell, Burger King, Wendy's and Other Fast Food Restaurants

I'm old enough to remember the "Big Mac" arriving as a new product in McDonald's.


Today, fast food restaurants are everywhere.  And each of them have unique problems when it comes to keeping customers safe -- both outside and inside.

Most of the slip and falls or falls on liquid substances cases I've encountered against McDonald's or other fast food restaurants include other customers being careless and spilling soda pop or other drinks on the tiled floors of the restaurant.

Oftentimes, employees are seen frequently mopping the area. This can lead to a lack of warning signs upon mopping for other customers or poor placement of warning cones or signs.  I've encountered both of those types of cases.

But fast food restaurants typically have parking lots, too.  And these can get icy and snowy and cause major injuries if they aren't maintained correctly.

Check or click below to see our descriptions of common fast food and other restaurants like McDonald's, Burger King, Yum Brands (KFC, Taco Bell and Long John Silver's) and the more upscale entrants like Panera Bread Company, Chiptole's Mexican Grill and Starbucks.

Call Shaw Law Offices to discover your rights and remedies if you have been injured at a fast food restaurant.

We Get You Back On Your Feet.

Legal Disclaimer - This is an Advertisement

The information you obtain at this site is not intended to be legal advice. You should consult with an attorney regarding your individual situation. Contacting us does NOT create an attorney-client relationship. No representation is made as to the quality of legal services. No guarantee of any particular result on any case or claim is made. Each case is different. Results vary. No representation is made that Shaw Law OfficeS legal services are greater than other attorneys.

We Get You Back on Your Feet -- Better Call Shaw !

NO FEE UNTIL WE WIN. After we win, we make your community safer by donating 2.5% of all attorneys' fees to a community or state wide organization that (1) promotes safety conscious goals and (2) is a 503(C) charitable organization (non-profit). We Care About The Safety of Your Community