I cracked my tooth on a crouton in a Salad at a restaurant. Can the restaurant be held liable to pay for it?

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Veromca
Asked at 2012-04-30 17:52:46
I opened my tooth in a croutons in a salad at a restaurant. Can the restaurant is responsible for paying for it?
Answer1- Love Lock closure scared 'Answered at 2012-05-04 02:35:34
They are not automatically responsible - that would have to prove that he knew the crouton was defective, and deliberately left it in your salad
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On the contrary , had a crack in the tooth, one morning when I was drinking a cup of coffee. When a tooth is ready to go (so says my dentist) , he leaves.

If you want to hire a lawyer to sue the restaurant, go for it . Expect to pay $ 5K in advance for the lawyer. And if the crouton was not manufactured by the restaurant - that is, if they buy their croutons from someone else - you'll lose .
Answer2uncount nounAnswered at 2012-05-09 08:14:01
if you have an attorney . . . maybe, but probably would cost a lot because lawyers are expensive
Answer3MyolieAnswered at 2012-05-31 06:43:07
No, because the crouton was part of the food purchased . Had he broken his tooth on a rock or an inappropriate object other hand, you have a case to claim the refund.
Answer4ElAnswered at 2012-06-04 20:56:08
No, broke his tooth, he did what is not his fault.
Answer5MelvaAnswered at 2012-09-18 13:59:12
I think that's the most absurd thing I've heard today , it sounds like the lady who sued McDonalds for hot coffee
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