My fiancé opened a jar of pickles tonight and she fount a spider in it can i sue the company because of it

Asked over 1 year ago - Houston, MS

she taped the jar on the bottom then she opened it and she looked in the jar and closed the lid back up i asked her what was wrong she brought it to me and there was a spider in it

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  1. Anders Ferrington

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    Answered . Unless yall were injured no. You might have a claim with the store for a refund

    The law office of Anders Ferrington 601-316-8428 practices state wide. In no way am I offering you legal advice,... more
  2. Ryan Daniel Bright

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    Answered . No reason to sue the company. Take it back to the store and get a refund.

    This communication offers general information based on the very limited information provided, and does not... more
  3. Lars A. Lundeen


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    Answered . This is not a case to bring. You have no damages. Bring the jar back to the store and have it replaced or contact the manufacturer, who will probably be willing to refund your money and give you some free coupons.

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