Woman Burned By Starbucks Coffee

The lawsuit alleges that her dog also burned and died shortly after being treated at an animal hospital.

The Coffee Cost Her $2.50. It Cost Starbucks $100K
The Venti Pike Place coffee cost her about $2.50. It ended up costing Starbucks about 40,000 times that. In the latest hot-coffee lawsuit , a Florida woman was awarded $100,492 Thursday after a 2014...
Starbucks sued over dog's death, woman's burns - CBS News
Woman files lawsuit against Starbucks after she says cup of hot tea from coffee giant's Denver location killed her dog, scarred her for life
Not Just a Hot Cup Anymore - The New York Times
More than 20 years ago, 79-year-old Stella Liebeck ordered coffee at a McDonald’s drive-through in Albuquerque, N.M. She spilled the coffee, was burned, and one year later, sued McDonald’s. The jury awarded her $2.9 million. Her story became a media sensation and fodder for talk-show hosts, late ...
Starbucks sued by Houston attorney who claims she was ...
'My skin was falling off me in sheets': Starbucks sued by customer who was 'severely burned after barista dropped cup of scalding hot coffee on her lap'
Why Heterosexual Men Should Boycott Starbucks
Do yourself a favor, don’t drink coffee full stop. Especially, when you think you need it.. Stimulants damage the adrenal glands. They whip the adrenals. Caffeine, sugar and alcohol are among the most common stimulants.
The (Many) Reasons People Have Sued Starbucks
The coffee giant has been sued for everything from crushed genitalia to poisoned lattes.
Starbucks Headquarters Information – Headquarters Info
Contacting Starbucks Headquarters. Starbucks started in 1971 with a roaster and the desire to sell the best roasted coffee beans and spices on the market.
Starbucks Corporate Office - COHQ
The first Starbucks coffee shop was opened in Seattle, WA in 1971 by Jerry Baldwin, Gordon Bowker and Zev Siegl. In 1988, current CEO Howard Schultz bought the small chain and expanded it quickly.
Starbucks CEO: No Tolerance For Traditional Marriage ...
At the Starbucks annual shareholders meeting on Wednesday, CEO Howard Schultz sent a clear message to anyone who supports traditional marriage over gay marriage: get lost.
Starbucks CEO: White Men Are Root Of All Evil - Your News Wire
Starbucks newly appointed CEO Rosalind Brewer has shocked shareholders after it was revealed she believes white men are the root of all evil.