What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)?
So I'm making up my bed today, take a swig of my room temp Arizona Iced Pomegranate Tea and feel a bunch of solids swishing around in my mouth. I spit it out knowing it can't be ice and about a full teaspoon of broken glass shards fly out of my mouth.
I was coughing and spitting up glass for the next 5 minutes.
I check the bottle and at the bottom is a whole layer of glass shards, some as small as sand, others as big as a fingernail. Almost a tablespoon of glass at the bottom of this bottle
I don't think I swallowed any, but went to the ER anyway just in case. I make my living as a vocalist, and the last thing I need is for my vocal cords to be ripped to shreds or have glass embedded in them.
No, I wasn't coughing up blood and there seems to be no physical injury to speak of. I know that would be the foundation of a lawsuit. But surely there's gotta be SOME legal recourse for this, because there is an inherent flaw in the packaging from the looks of it. So this is a problem on the manufacturing and quality assurance end... What if that had been a young child or somebody to thirsty to take a slow swig?