Ordered a double cheese burger and when I took a bite the bottom bun was like a rock it was burnt so bad.
Yep you can sue for the $4.00 for the burger, ( or whatever you paid for it) other than that it does not appear you have any other damages, hardly worth the cost.
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I agree with the prior answer. Your damages are the cost of a hamburger.
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