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Foreign Object in Food Claims

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Foreign Object in Food Claims

Finding something that shouldn’t be there in your food – a foreign object – can be a traumatic experience. You are entitled to expect that all food bought from places like supermarkets, takeaways and independent shops is fit for consumption. But sometimes foreign objects appear and if eaten or bitten into they can cause nasty injuries.

We have helped clients who have been affected by many different types of foreign objects in food, including bugs and insects, small animals and reptiles, glass, plastic, bones and mould.

Common injuries can include:

  • Food poisoning
  • Broken or damaged teeth (see Dental Injuries)
  • Cuts to the mouth and throat
  • Psychological trauma

What will we do for you?

Our dedicated team of specialist personal injury lawyers has earned a reputation for dealing with all types of foreign object claims and obtaining the maximum amount of compensation as quickly as possible.

We will give you clear and straightforward advice at every stage of your claim.

Our expert help will mean you won’t have to worry about any of the legal complexities involved, and we will always keep you up to date on the progress of your claim.

Can you claim compensation?

If you have suffered an injury after finding a foreign object in your food that was not your fault then you can claim compensation.

Contact us now for free expert advice and our experienced lawyers will advise you on your claim and what to do next.

What should you do now?

  • Keep the food in which you found the foreign object, its packaging and the receipt. If the food is perishable (likely to go mouldy or rot) then freeze it with the object in if possible
  • Take clear pictures of the food with the foreign object
  • Report the problem to the seller of the food
  • Contact our team of friendly, expert personal injury lawyers who will give you free advice to help you start your No Win No Free compensation claim.

The sooner you contact us the better, as there are time limits as to when a claim has to be made, and investigating an accident claim is easier when the process is started quickly.

Working with us could not be easier!

  • Get in touch

    Take a look around our site to find out what your claim may be worth. When you are ready, get in touch with our friendly staff to begin your claim.

  • Making the claim

    One of our dedicated, fully experienced lawyers will handle your claim. You will deal with the same person throughout, ensuring that trust is built.

  • No Win No Fee

    We operate on a no win, no fee basis. Once the outcome has been decided, we take care of everything for you.

  • Start your claim today

    At Actons Personal Injury Solicitors, our clients are the priority. So, why not go ahead and start your claim with us today?

What's the benefit for you?

  • 0% Client Satisfaction Rate
  • No win, no fee
  • Fully experienced lawyers
  • National coverage
  • Maximum compensation
  • Expert, friendly advice

What is my claim worth?

What your claim is worth depends on a number of factors. We have broken down the different injury types into categories to help you find out.

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