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  • Joined: 5/24/2006
  • Location: Las Vegas, NV
oysters Wed, 05/24/06 5:57 PM (permalink)
One night, a customer dining with us chipped a tooth on a pearl in one of his fried oysters. I turned it over to my insurance company. My insurance company denied his claim, saying that I am not liable because a pearl is an inherent part of an oyster. This person now has taken me to small claims court for $1300.00 (bill for chipped tooth), and has filed a complaint with the BBB. What would you do?
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