July 31, 2008 By Wallin & Klarich

In was recently reported that a man complained that his server had poured coffee on his suit jacket and the jacket was part of a $1,500 suit and he demanded that the restaurant reimburse him $1,500. When the restaurant manager contacted the store where he had purchased the suit they were told that the man had made the same claim two weeks earlier at another restaurant.


The restaurant manager proceeded to contact the police department and the man was arrested on criminal charges of attempted grand theft and is sitting in the jail in lieu of $20,000 bail and facing felony charges. If you know of anyone who might think that making such false complaints can gain them an advantage it would be a good idea to tell them that making up such stories can have very negative consequences including going to jail.


IF you or a loved ones find yourselves facing any type of legal problem do not hesitate to contact Wallin and Klarich and we will be there to help you. You can visit us at www.wklaw.com and call us toll free 888-749-0034, we will be there when you call.

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