Broken Arrow, OK asked in Products Liability for Oklahoma

Q: Hello, I purchased a pack of cookies from Braum's. I began to eat one and it appeared to be a piece of glass in it.

What should I do ?

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Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
  • Products Liability Lawyer
  • Little Neck, NY

A: What you should do would depend on whether you sustained any injuries. I hope you did not. But if you did, it's possible you could have the grounds for a claim. If you were injured, you should speak with an Oklahoma attorney and preserve the cookie(s) containing glass and remainder of the package. Save records of ER admission and any follow up medical care. Attorneys who handle such cases generally provide free initial consultations.

Hopefully, you are okay. If that's the case, contact the manufacturer and the store where you bought the cookies and tell them what happened. Without investigation, it would be difficult to say whether the glass is the result of tampering, poor quality control, or other cause. But your prompt action there could prevent others from possible injury. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

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