A person who fell onto the Metro practice tracks in Washington D.C., after leaving a restaurant intoxicated is suing for negligence, claiming the workers overserved him.
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The incident occurred in June 2017 after Patrick Augusma had left Maggiano’s Little Italy restaurant following dinner. In keeping with the Related Press, Augusma fell on the practice tracks and suffered facial fractures and head trauma.
Augusma is now suing the eatery for $2 million, claiming the workers continued to serve him despite the fact that he “visibly seemed to be intoxicated,” WRC-TV reported.
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Augusma’s lawyer, Keith Watters, is requesting a jury trial. The lawsuit is now as much as D.C. federal decide to determine whether or not or to not transfer ahead.
The Related Press contributed to this report.