I had to go to the hospital and I got seen and I got medicine prescribe to me cause I might have gotten a infection on my throat because of that and my thoat is still sore and it still hurts
Since you sustained injury from this foreign object that was in your food, you could pursue a claim. Search Avvo's "find a lawyer" for a personal injury lawyer in your state to represent you. Good luck to you.
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You may wish to consult a personal injury lawyer since your injury was sufficient to cause you to seek medical treatment. If your injury will resolve with one-time treatment, your damages may be limited. If you need additional treatment and/or may suffer from lingering effects of the injury, you may have more substantial damages.
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There is apparently some liability. You will most likely have to establish this, so obviously keep track of the foreign object, receipt and any witnesses to the event. Damages will depend upon the extent of the injury. You should contact a personal injury attorney in your area. Always remember, there is a statute of limitations that dictates the amount of time you have to bring such an action. Make sure you are aware of that and act accordingly so that you are not barred from bring an action. Good luck.
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