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McDonald’s burger causes chipped tooth

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William Mucklow filed a personal injury lawsuit against McDonald’s Corporation and Macatac Winfield Inc., after he chipped a tooth on a bone that was left in his hamburger.

Mucklow claims that his burger contained “a hard non-food substance believed to be bone.” He did not notice the suspected bone until it was too late and he had chipped his tooth after taking a bite from the burger.

He claims that the defendant failed to provide safe food products and was negligent in inspecting their food before serving it to the public. He claims that the McDonald’s Corporation “supplied, sold and transferred the defective and unsafe food products into the State of West Virginia.”

Mucklow is seeking compensatory damages as well as court costs and attorney fees.

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