CHICAGO – A patron of a Chicago Burger King alleges he was injured when he was attacked by teens while attempting to exit the restaurant.
Daniel Macin filed a complaint on Jan. 9 in Cook County Circuit Court against Tri City Foods of Illinois Inc., Tri City Foods of Illinois LLC, Allstate Real Estate Holdings LTD, Burger King Corp. and another man, alleging negligence.
According to the complaint, on Jan. 12, 2017, Macin was a patron of a Burger King restaurant at 2840 West North Ave., in Chicago's Logan Square neighborhood, which is owned, maintained and operated by the defendants, when he was attacked by a group of teenagers who were also at the restaurant. He alleges he was attacked from behind, hit over the head, kicked and beaten as he tried to exit the restaurant, and another man then also attacked him.
The plaintiff alleges the business defendants failed to protect him from violent patrons, failed to intervene or correct the behavior of the unruly patrons and failed to intervene on the attack.
The plaintiff seeks judgment of more than $50,000, plus costs and further relief. He is represented by Paul K. Hanna of Hanna/Vander Ploeg LLC in Chicago.
Cook County Circuit Court Case number 19-L-000254