Sorry for your dilemma. I'm very doubtful that any attorney would view this as a viable claim. My strong suggestion is that you dine somewhere else. Of course, you may report this to the local board of health.
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Send a letter reporting them to the corporate office in IL. McDonald's corporate is very hardcore about quality control and would take such a complaint seriously even if the local shift managers apparently don't. But no, you have no claim. Your pre-existing anxiety doesn't help your situation.
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Bacteria are not visible to the naked eye, and your pre-existing anxiety disorder would need to be taken into account. That being said, there should not be foreign matter floating in your soft drinks. If it happens again, the suggestion to report it to the licensing authority is a good one.
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