My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: Michigan.
This incident happened to me, my wife and my 8 months daugther.
I am not sure if I got the right forum, but I will give it a shot and see your tips.
My wife bought a Heshye's chocolate box about 2 months ago. When I ate of these chocolte, I got Diarrhea. I didn't figure out that it was from the chocolate or not. But couple days late, I took my daughter to the Hospital because she got severe Diarrhea for 3 consecutive days.
Long story short, the Medical Hospital Records states that "It could be poisoned food".
We though about that carefully, and we came up to the conclusion that it may be from the chocolate.
We called Hersyheys and they told us that the chocolte is 2 years Old. The expiration dats was May or June of 2006, but CVS still sells these.
Hershyes sent us coupons for the price of the boxes we got.
Contacted CVS, and I found out that they are bunch of Liars. They asked for Medical Records from the Hospital, and when we gave them authorization, didn't even contact the Hospital....
I feel that they are not taking the case seriously, and I am not sure if any body can suggest anything??