"We feel deeply for Monika and the Samaan family. However, we also have a responsibility to defend KFC's reputation as a provider of safe, high-quality food," a company manager said.George Vlahakis, the family's lawyer, said they were relieved that they got the ruling they wanted;
"Monika's severe brain damage and severe disability has already exhausted the very limited resources of the family," "Monika is now a big girl and they are finding it increasingly difficult to lift her and to look after her basic needs as well as look after Monika's younger siblings. "The compensation ordered is very much needed. KFC have to date been determined that Monika does not receive a cent."What Culture readers... what is your opinion of the ruling? Will the court case put you off from purchasing the Twister meal or visiting KFC in general in the future?