If you live in Texas, you might have already heard of some of the craziest things people have sued for. If you haven’t, the Law Office of John Teakell has taken some time to relate these weird stories and catch you up. And if you have been sued recently, get in touch with Dallas attorney John R. Teakell. He has over 20 years of courtroom experience, and you can rest assured that your case will be in good hands. In the meantime, take a look at some of the weirdest things people have been sued for in Texas.
Man Sues Date
Have you ever been on a terrible date? So has Brandon Vezmar, a Texas man who took a lady on a movie date in 2017. During the screening of Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2, his date was persistently on her phone. Mr. Vezmar was not happy with it. After spending $17 on her movie ticket and an additional $4 on her pizza, Mr. Vezmar was not having it. He confronted his date through a text and told her that her behavior was “wildly out of line.” He then asked her to pay him back or threatened to pursue the money in a small claims court. His date initially refused to pay him back for the date he took her on, but later caved in. She handed him the money right outside the same movie theatre.
Woman Sues Texas Walmart
Samantha Pompa was hit by a swinging door at a Walmart in Laredo, Texas last year. She wants up to a million dollars from this national retailer and one of the store’s employees. The employee came through the swinging doors with a cart and the doors struck the woman and knocked her down.
Woman Sues Store for Fall
Let’s talk about an unforgettable family lawsuit. In 2015, Kathleen Robertson, a woman in Austin, Texas, broke her ankle after tripping over a toddler who was running inside a furniture store. She was given thousands of dollars for her injury. But do you know what the weird part is? The toddler that tripped her was her son. The store owners were very surprised by the verdict but the law was on her side this time.
Woman Sues the U.S. Government for a Nacho Cheese Burn
In 2015, a Wichita Falls woman, Jennifer Lindahl, filed a federal lawsuit against the U.S. government over a nacho cheese burn. She claimed that an employee at a bowling alley on Sheppard Air Force Base spilled hot nacho cheese on one of her fingers. According to the claim, the cheese was so hot that it caused immediate burning. The employee tried wiping off the cheese with a rag, which caused her skin to be removed from her finger. She sought monetary damages of $95,000 and other reliefs as a result of her injury.
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