Most dental work inevitably involves conducting work in close proximity to nerves. The two most common nerves damaged in dental work is the Lingual nerve which can affect the tongue and inner mouth and the inferior alveolar nerve which affects the lips, chin and lower jaw.
Damaging a nerve is not evidence itself of dental negligence. However, it is important that where such an injury is possible the dentist outlines this to you before obtain your consent to carry out the procedure.
EAD’s sympathetic, specialist team, will be able to offer expert advice and practical support. Following a free consultation, we will advise whether you have a valid dental negligence claim. If we are in a position to assist you further, it is likely that your claim will be pursued on a no-win, no-fee basis.
For more information on making a claim for nerve damage please fill out a claim form or call us today on 0151 735 1000.
Extremely happy with the outcome of my Personal Injury Claim and can only thank Paul McCarthy and his team at EAD Solicitors and also Tim Trotman my barrister arranged by EAD, for all their work and efforts on my behalf. As such I would highly recommend EAD to anyone in need of their service. Once again thanks to all involved.
Brodie Martin, Merseyside
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