If you feel sick to your stomach, I suggest you should go to the ER and have this all documented. What I suggest is you contact the corporate headquarters and make a demand for an amount that you feel is reasonable for your discomfort.
So, if you have it documented, you may be able to request say $3000 and after negoiations, perhaps, wind up with $1500. It will really all depend on what medical documentation you have and how well you can negoiate this matter
I have photos of the bug in the Quarter Pounder with cheese. I have a witness too. What more should I do. i am schedule to see a doctor in the morning.
I took a photo with someone's smart phone while we were in the McDonalds and they sent it to my phone should I upload it so you can review it?
Do not need to see it.
But a photo is very good.
I suggest you try to get your Doctor to write something on letter head that says you have a terrible upset stomach or whatever it is and that you are distraught over this bug in the food.
That will be very helpful.
The problem is that your damages are going to be very low. If you're ill, you definitely need to go to the doctor. That said, if the hospital determines that the upset stomach is a result of the bug, then what you'll collect from McDonald's would mostly be for your expenses. For example, if you have a hospital bill of $600 and you collect from McDonald's $600, then what you collected was for your hospital bill. That is why your other expert said you might end up with $1500...because your damages (the problems you suffered aren't too severe). Please understand, I'm not belittling your stomach troubles, but it would be hard to envision a bug in your burger causing you extreme, long term repercussions for which you could collect a large amount of money.
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The pictures will help with getting McDonald's attention on this matter. But, as I said, you will need good medical documentation that the stomach upset is due to this directly.
I suggest you can respond to the manager with the information. When the insurance company contacts you, provide them all the information and from your hospital visit with the meds and see what kind of offer they make you.I hope you are feeling better.
As I suggested, you should consider a number that you feel is reasonable for your damages, which you obviously have since you have the medical information. I suggest you can tell them $5000 and then they will counter and at some point you will come to a happy compromise.
Here is what I suggest when you begin negoiations. Make your demand. See what they counter. Then you can decide if you should go higher or not. Remind them you have medical documentation of the illness caused by the insect in the food. Also, I suggest you may want to report this to your local health department.
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