I've been using old spice for over 10 years and I could not figure out why i kept getting this rash/ burning in just my right arm put till someone told me that old spice has been sued for this. It takes at least a week for it to go away if i don't use any deodorant. Starting to leave a scare.
You are having an allergic reaction can occur at any time with any product after repeated use. You can speak to a personal injury attorney to see if there is any litigation pending regarding product.
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I agree with Mr. Corti. Your damages (injury and related bills and lost time, etc) aren't likely to be very big and justify the time and cost of a lawsuit. However, if this is an exceptional case, you might have something so you should consult with a local personal injury attorney. It's possible that you might join a class action
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You CAN sue ANYONE if you are willing to spend the money but this is just silly. Defense will simply ask: "If it caused a rash, why on earth did you reapply it 3,650 times?" There is no answer that does not make you look like you aren't playing with a full deck.
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