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In 1992 Stella Liebeck became the poster child of “frivolous” lawsuits when she sued McDonald’s after spilling hot coffee on herself while in a car after stopping at a McDonald’s drive-through.

Tort Deform provides a provocative title for its well-written debunking of the myth of the McDonald’s coffee spill case.

Why You Should be Able to Sue McDonald’s if You Spill Coffee on Yourself

While you are drinking your morning coffee, heated to a safe temperature (one that will not immediately cause third degree burns), read the truth about Stella’s case.

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