The cost of pursuing any legal recompense for this would be several hundred times the highest possible amount you could expect to recover. Move on.
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Many businesses do not allow children without supervision. There are also potential safety issues that might make a business have a policy like that.
While it is unfortunate, the damages you suffered (like the other answer) is likely far less than the cost of hiring a lawyer, or possibly even a consultation.
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In addition, there are MANY state & federal rules that must be followed by various businesses if they don't want to be fined and/or lose their license. There is danger to your baby by laying her, in her car seat, next to you, while the hairdresser does your hair. Leaving you baby in the waiting area invites bad guys to take her. A little common sense is needed here.
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