As previously stated, the damages portion from a LEGAL perspective would be de minimis (minor).
AS A PARENT, gracious, that certainly would be upsetting. Best advice: stop going to that store.
Sorry you went through a tough time! It would upset me too.
charlotte concord & brevard nc
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Hypothetically you could sue for negligence, but even though your son was in significant discomfort for a couple of days, the money damages for this experience would be minimal. If anything, you could consider a small claims lawsuit. Otherwise, I would chalk it up to experience and watch those labels.
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Roseville, CA 95661
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