Starbucks is the coffee store to end all coffee stores. It's cups are everywhere (and even its seasonal cups start huge internet controversy).
There are over 11,100 Starbucks stores in the United States as of October, 2016.
And they claim to be different:
"We make sure everything we do honors that connection – from our commitment to the highest quality coffee in the world, to the way we engage with our customers and communities to do business responsibly. From our beginnings as a single store over forty years ago, in every place that we've been, and every place that we touch, we've tried to make it a little better than we found it."
It's language taken directly from its webpage that can be used in a court of law for your slip and fall case to possibly sway a jury to your side. Making each place a "little better" means strict adherence to safety rules, in my humble opinion.
And in a store filled with people sipping liquids, that can mean strict diligence to checking the floors routinely to make certain they aren't slippery with coffee (or latte or whipped cream).
Some Starbucks are stand-alone restaurants with drive-through lanes and parking lots.
These stores have the same responsibility as any other restaurant or retail store -- to make certain its parking lots and sidewalks are maintained in a reasonable manner so as to prevent dangerous conditions that could injure customers.
Let Shaw Law Offices handle your Starbucks slip and fall case.
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