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A food hazard may occur when a foreign object is introduced into the food supply any time during harvesting, processing, transporting, preparing, storing and serving food. These hazards may be microbiological, chemical or physical.
American restaurant goers and consumers are frequently injured by foreign objects in their food. Examples of foreign objects recently found in food reportedly include glass, gravel, rocks, metal, jewelry, wood, plastic, cigarettes, gum, feces, hair, blood, human fingers, fingernails, insects, rodents, bones and other animal parts. In certain cases, a food manufacturer, restaurant or preparer can be held liable for injuries caused by foreign objects.
Foreign objects in food products pose several health concerns. Injuries can occur to a person’s tooth, tongue, jaw or throat while chewing or swallowing food containing a foreign object. The foreign object could cause choking or become lodged in your throat and result in brain injury or even death. You could also suffer from food poisoning.
Personal Injury Claim
You may have a personal injury claim if you were injured by foreign object contained in food you were consuming and be entitled to significant damages from any entity whose oversight allowed the foreign object to be undetected prior to sale or service of food.
Protect Your Claim
Should you suffer injuries from a food hazard, you should immediately seek medical attention. Once you receive medical attention, you should then notify the food company or restaurant which manufactured or prepared the food about the incident. You should also notify the California Department of Public Health Food Safety Program of the Food and Drug Branch if the food or beverage was prepared or served at or by a restaurant, bakery, catering company or similar establishment.
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