SEATTLE Two victims of a 2007 shooting in a Seattle-area Denny’s on Thursday filed a lawsuit against the 1,500-unit family-dining chain’s parent company, charging management with failing to adopt security measures that would have protected the diners after a fight broke out. According to the complaint filed in King County Superior Court, plaintiffs Steven Tolenoa and Lisa Beltran-Walker were dining at separate tables in the Kent, Wash., Denny’s on Jan. 21, 2007, ...

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