04/16/12, 1:01 pm
Last week I ate a nutrition bar and bit into what appears to be a tiny diamond, which was in the bar. Since then one of my teeth has been very tender. I contacted the company and they took down all my information and said they will send me a self addressed envelope in which they want me to send the packaging and the tiny stone to them so they can have a look. This makes me uncomfortable as they will have the evidence and anything past that point will be my word against theirs. What should I do, should I hold onto what I have?
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United States   |   California  |  Injury Law
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Darrell York Says:

Apr 16,2012 11:45 PM

You need to hold on to the diamond. Do not turn it over to them. It does not sound as if you sustained any damage but if you did you would have a claim against them and by turning over the diamond you would be turning over the only piece of evidence and we both know what would happen to that diamond.

Darrell York
Law Offices of Darrell J. York
27240 Turnberry Lane, Suite 200,Valencia, CA 91355

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