I ate ½ of a bag of cheetos and noticed a mouse or rat hole in the bag.. I kept the bag and I'm at my doctors office now.. This happened about two hrs ago.. I'm nervous..
Can you sue? ABSOLOOOOOTELY!
Anyone can sue for anything. "Should you?" is the better question... the answer to which should involve taking an accurate accounting of what damages you really suffered and how a jury of twelve will see your version of the damages... assuming you did not contract some darn near fatal disease, if I was on the jury, I'd give you nothing... but there may be eleven others who would award you money raging from a dollar to a million or more... do you really think so though? You really thing you deserve money? How much? Be honest with yourself.
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