Ronny's Original Steakhouse sued by man who claims was hurt in fall from broken chair

By Jenie Mallari-Torres | Aug 29, 2018

CHICAGO — A restaurant patron is suing Ronny's Original Steakhouse for more than $50,000, claiming injuries in an alleged fall from a broken chair.

Segundo Pineda filed a complaint on Aug. 23 in Cook County Circuit Court against 210 Eat Co. doing business as Ronny's Original Steakhouse, alleging on Jan. 10, 2013, while at Ronny's, 100 W. Randolph St., Chicago, he suffered injuries after falling off a "defective chair that was negligently allowed by employees of the defendant to remain in the establishment." 

The plaintiff holds Ronny's Original Steakhouse responsible because the defendant allegedly failed to provide a safe and proper place for plaintiff to occupy, failed to properly warn patrons of the defective and dangerous chair, and failed to properly inspect, repair, fix or remedy the defective chair.

The plaintiff requests a trial by jury and seeks judgment for more than $50,000, plus costs of suit. He is represented by Kurt D. Hvzy of Law Office of Daniel E. Goodman LLC in Rosemont.

Cook County Circuit Court Case number 18-L-9169

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