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Waffle House fights lawsuit with video surveillance

Waffle House fights lawsuit with video surveillance

Larry Graham says a mishap in the kitchen at his local Waffle House restaurant in Roswell, Georgia, caused his hearing damage, especially because a shard of glass became lodged in his ear, according to media reports on a lawsuit filed against the Norcross, Georgia-based chain.

Waffle House in late February fired back on the recent lawsuit, with video of a worker dropping a plate and little else. 

“At no time was he close to the area where the plate was dropped,” a spokeswoman wrote to the Atlanta Journal Constitution. “In addition, the video shows he had no sudden reaction that would be expected if he had been hit by a piece of the plate when it was dropped.”

Mr. Graham, who described the ordeal as an “explosion” of hot plates, is suing for medical expenses in excess of $10,000, lost wages, pain and suffering, mental anguish and other related expenses, according to the newspaper. 

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