About a month ago at the most my girlfriend bought kids motts juicy juice. To our surprise the juice was 4 months pass the expiration date. We didn’t know (because you have to actively search for the (best by date) and literally shine a light just to read it. My daughter (1 year old) ended up throwing up 3 times and having to be takin to the emergency room because of dehydration lack of eating.
Quite possible the store and manufacturer would be liable.
However, you will have a very difficult time demonstrating the reason your daughter threw up was because of the juice being expired (usually expiration and freshness are not connected, and expiration dates on non-perishable items are merely guidelines).
Also, because fortunately she was only ill for a little while and sustained no serious injury, it's possible no lawyer will take the case, as it might not be much in the way of damages relative to the costs of prosecution.
Talk to a personal injury attorney for a free review. Make sure you have the receipt for the juice as well as the container.
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