What damages? Did you seek medical care?
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Unless you suffered damages, it's meaningless. We have a saying in the law: "Damnum absque injuria." It's Latin for "Damage without Injury". If you think you were hurt, go to a doctor and get treated for whatever ails you. Then make your claim against the restaurant if the doctor says you suffered some sort of injury.
As it is, you sound like you're being nothing more than an opportunist. Do something if you were really injured so you don't sound that way.
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