(November 2, 2022) The city of San Antonio has had a crazy two months on the legal front, with some unusual lawsuits being filed. Bill Miller BBQ, a popular San Antonio chain, has sued its poultry supplier for $382,000 worth of chicken tenders that were “too salty” after receiving numerous customer complaints on the issue. A San Antonio lawyer has sued Texas staple grocery chain H-E-B for creating excessive noise and blocking sidewalk and road traffic from numerous early-morning deliveries, demanding compensation of up to one million dollars. Oftentimes, when people are injured or suffer extreme discomfort, they are not aware that they may be entitled to legal compensation for it. Let’s take a closer look at these unusual lawsuits and see the particulars behind the laws that drive them.
Salty Chicken – A Breach of Contract Lawsuit
American business law can seem a little complicated. However, with 31 million U.S. citizens becoming entrepreneurs and starting their own small businesses, it is important to understand some basic legal concepts that govern business in the United States. Bill Miller BBQ’s lawsuit covers both breach of contract and gross negligence, two very important legal concepts. Let’s take a look at each one.