Short answer: you can always sue. Long answer: You won't always win. You should contact an attorney that practices personal injury/products liability to evaluate your claim. There are several theories under this tort and an attorney can best investigate your claim and evaluate whether you have a case.
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Mr. Wells is correct. Anybody can sue. Only a few win. The defendant has plenty of money to defend these types of cases. I used to practice in MD and can recommend local counsel to evaluate your claim. If you are interested contact me off line.Ask a similar question
I have added a few more tags to your query to open up your question to attorneys who likely can help you. You must consult with a personal injury attorney as soon as possible because there are things you must do immediately to preserve the evidence of your case and to develop the evidence properly.
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Have a local defective product lawyer investigate. Companies will do a lot to protect their reputations, for example, I had a client use a beard coloring dye and it caused hypopigmentation to his face, and the CEO flew to my office and gave my client $200,000.00, as he didn't want the bad press of me taking this to trial.Ask a similar question
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