This case involves a thirty-year-old woman who went to a Chinese restaurant with her three-month-old daughter and a group of relatives. The group was led to a table with a Lazy Susan in the center of the table. The woman’s daughter was sitting on her lap. The waitress placed a teapot filled with boiling water on the edge of the Lazy Susan. The woman was not paying attention to the teapot even though condensation had begun to form on the outside of the teapot. When a member of the group spun the Lazy Susan around, the teapot spilled and hot water spilled on the child’s hand and thigh. The child suffered first-degree burns which later healed with no scarring. The scalding water burned the woman’s arm and face, causing her sweater to melt into the skin on her arm. When the woman removed her sweater later, several layers of her skin peeled off. The woman suffered third-degree burns and had to be hospitalized for several days. The woman had to undergo skin graft surgery for the burns, and was left with permanent scars on her arm; doctors even considered giving her a face transplant, but her recovery was luckily complete enough to not require such an intense procedure. The woman sued the restaurant for negligence in causing the burns.