Question & Answer: Chicago Personal Injury: Foreign Object in Food Served at Restaurant

January 16, 2011

Question: I was recently served a bowl of chili at my local […] restaurant that contained a foreign object. The object was approximately 1/4″ thick, a little larger than a quarter and dome shaped. I was told by the manager that this object is a magnet used in their kitchen. Do I have a legal complaint against the restaurant?

Answer: Where you injured? A claim for personal injuries will require personal injuries upon which to make a claim. You are not mentioning that you sustained any sort of injuries, and so based on no injuries sustained, you do not appear to have a claim.

If you have sustained injuries, you should contact a personal injury attorney in your area so that a proper claim can be made.

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