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Or at least be shut down PERMANENTLY
livelymind livelymind 18-21, F 9 Answers Jan 24, 2013 in Food

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I'm not the litigious type, but if you end up nearly dead from salmonella, e. coli or botulism a lawsuit may make sense. Just gotta prove it.

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Report them to the local health department.

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On that thx

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Just stop going. General wavier of liability protects them. But IANAL

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Just raising a discussion but wasn't aware thanks:)

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Yes. Because you can't ban them. Actually, I'd just never go back, and tell all my friends not to go either or they may suffer the same fate.

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Yes, you certainly can sue for food poisoning, especially if more than one person was involved. I would look up Food Poisoning attorneys like (http://www.myfoodpoisoninglawyer.com). They could help you out since they specialize in food poisoning cases. Always best to ask an expert. Hope this helps, and I hope none of you ever have to experience food poisoning again!

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If you don't sue then tell everyone you know. Call the Health Department first. Was told in a work training class that when a person is disgruntled with a business they tell an average of 17 people, I would work hard to tell many more than that.

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yes, you can. I had gotten food poisoning from 3 pizza places and a restaurant.

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If it didn't kill me - why waste the time?

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