I found a piece of metal in my Casey's pizza that me and my kids were eating last night thankfully no one is hurt as far as I know what should I do in this situation
You may wish to inform Casy’s as to what happened, but it doesn’t appear that you have a claim for damages.
Fortunately, there were no damages, no one was hurt. Unfortunately, you need damages to recover any money. The best you can hope to accomplish is maybe a free pizza and the knowledge that you may prevent someone from being hurt in the future if they can figure out the source of the metal.
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You call Casey's and ask for a refund. I'm sure that they'd be happy to give your money back.
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