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I purchased cookies that had small pieces of plastic in some of them. I cut the inside of my mouth because of this. I did not seek medical treatment. Do I have any recourse other than just getting my money back and free coupons that Nabisco is offering?

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I purchased cookies that had small pieces of plastic in some of them. I cut the inside of my mouth because of this. I did not seek medical treatment. Do I have any recourse other than just getting my money back and free coupons that Nabisco is offering?
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Answered on Apr 04th, 2012 at 2:48 PM

You may have a claim against the manufacturer and others for the injury.  However, you should consult an attorney to determine if the resulting injury would be worth pursuing.  Each case is different, and needs to be examined individually. 

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