GALVESTON – An original answer was submitted into a lawsuit
over a shellfish allergy, recent Galveston County District Court records show.
Landry’s Seafood House - San Luis, Inc, and Landry’s, Inc.
formally countered allegations from Houston resident Pete. A Herrada on Dec. 6.
Herrada sued Landry’s last month on claims his meal caused him to suffer an
Per Herrada, he ordered crawfish etoufee and fried oysters
with instructions for the waiter to make sure the food was free of any shrimp
or shrimp residue to no avail.
“The waiter assured him that he would make sure his food did
not contain any shrimp,” Herrada’s suit says. “After the plaintiff’s order
arrived, he began eating and immediately began having an allergic reaction.”
Herrada’s wife purportedly learned that the waiter forgot to
report the plaintiff’s shrimp allergy.
Landry’s argues that it is an improper party to the
litigation in that it does not own or operate the premises where Herrada’s
ordeal occurred. It additionally argues that the complainant experienced an
Attorney R. Edward Perkins of the law firm Sheehy, Ware
& Pappas, P.C. in Houston is representing the respondents.
Galveston County 405th District Court Case No. 16-CV-1294