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Wednesday, February 18 2015

A Connecticut man is suing a Southington, Connecticut, restaurant after suffering injuries following a fall from a mechanical bull.

Steven Saleski is suing Cadillac Ranch Restaurant claiming he suffered "painful, permanent, serious injuries" after he fell off a mechanical bull called "Old Thunder."  According to news reports, Saleski believes the bull was positioned too close to a wall and that the restaurant should have been aware of its dangerous placement. Moreover, Saleski claims the restaurant did not give visitors sufficient warning about the dangers of riding the mechanical bull, did not give the machine's operators enough training, and did not take the necessary safety precautions.

In his lawsuit, Saleski charges that he suffered severe neck pain and fractured two vertebrae after being thrown off the bull and hitting his head. Saleski is seeking an unspecified amount of monetary damages, saying that the medical treatment he has undergone has challenged him financially.

Cadillac Ranch has not commented on the lawsuit.

Source: (Connecticut)

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