My daughter and I were in a farm and fleet store in South Dakota. They had some rabbits for sale in cages and my 20 month old daughter was petting them by putting her finger through the cage. One of them bit her and sliced her finger open. The cages werent marked at all (got pictures of it and the wound). An employee was very accomodating and took us in back (she was bleeding all over the store) and filed a report. He then had us go to an immediate care and said their insurance would cover it. I went back after the immediate care and told him about some prescriptions we had to fill and he said that he would make sure that we were reimbursed since the pharmacy couldn't bill their insurance. Do we have a case here? How much are we talking, is it worth taking to court? Help!
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