My family and I went to Dave and busters to celebrate our daughter's b day and we sat down to eat and while eating the appetizer, I took a bit and a huge plastic piece was in my mouth it was stuffed in the food and I quickly took it out my mouth, shortly after my husband was drinking a glass of beer and felt something weirs in his mouth and it was a long thin piece of glass, also our plate that came with our appetizers had a big cracking in one corner that almost cut us....it was horrible that we just wanted to leave...and the Manger came to use and told us we didn't have to pay the bill and the kitches manager was called also and gave us a card with their signature and told us that they will take care of us next time we go there.....this happen last month and I didn't take pictures, only pictures of the family at the table while waiting for out food and we have the business card, will that be enough to sue and I'm sure they have it on camera...thanks
Probably not. You do not have damages. If someone was injured there would be a case even without photographs. Without injuries there is no strong basis to sue. Good luck.
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