Steak 'n Shake restaurants are located in West Virginia and in other regions in the country and around the world. The fast food chain is known for its burgers, fries and numerous varieties of milkshakes. Many families patronize the locations while traveling or eating out near home. Unfortunately, the chain finds itself in some trouble as it faces a class action lawsuit over the misclassification of certain jobs.
One of the scariest scenes many people have witnessed is seeing a vehicle roll over in a car accident. Such events can almost seem surreal because everyone knows that vehicles are supposed to remain with their tires on the ground, and when one overturns, it is frightening and almost unbelievable.
Shopping might seem like a relatively safe experience, but it can be much more dangerous than most people think. Slip-and-fall accidents and subsequent injuries are a serious threat to the safety and well-being of West Virginia shoppers. Here are a few examples of how a business owner's or worker's negligent behavior could lead to a serious accident.
There are literally thousands of restaurants in West Virginia and elsewhere around the country. Employees often work long hours prepping food to cook, serving customers and cleaning up after closing. While most business owners adhere to applicable labor laws, there are some who find themselves struggling with overtime and wage issues. In fact, an owner of two restaurants in another state has been required to pay back wages and damages to his employees following an investigation.