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Shot By A Sauce Pan

Shot by a sauce Pan Started by retrorift , Feb 09 2014 11:35 PM Please log in to reply 6 replies Canyon Lake Dog Bite Attorney to this topic 1 posts Posted 09 February 2014 - 11:35 PM I am a US citizen residing in Taiwan. Recently while cooking I became injured when the pan I was using discharged (meaning like a gun shot) a metal rivet used to attach the handle to the pan.  The rivet embedded into my left wrist partially severing a tendons and nerves that required micro surgery to both repair the damage and to remove the rivet from my wrist. My recovery is said to take any where between 6 months to a year before the full range of dexterity of my fingers and wrist returns.  After three weeks I still have considerable pain and numbness and almost total lack of feeling in my middle finger. If defective product came from a US company and the fact that I am a US citizen allow the opportunity to recover medical expenses and some nominal suffering fees for the loss of my left hand.?   
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