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#1
$________ VERDICT – MEDICAL MALPRACTICE – DENTAL NEGLIGENCE – TRANSECTION OF LINGUAL NERVE DURING WISDOM TOOTH EXTRACTION -- ADDITIONAL SURGERY REQUIRED – NUMBNESS AND LOSS OF TASTE ON LEFT SIDE OF TONGUE.
Duval County, FL (195491)
#2
________ VERDICT Dental Malpractice – Negligent failure to obtain additional imaging prior to performing oral surgery -- Exacerbation of pre-existing infection – Multiple additional surgeries and hospitalization required – Chronic oral antral communication
Middlesex County, MA (194395)
#3
________ VERDICT Oral surgical malpractice/Informed consent – ________ contends that ________ oral surgeon removes tooth (no. 31) that is adjacent to tooth listed in referral sheet (no. 30), and for removal of which the ________ asserted he gave consent
Richmond County, NY (194316)
#4
$________ VERDICT – DENTAL MALPRACTICE – INJURY TO LINGUAL NERVE AND FAILURE TO INFORM OF POSSIBLE SURGICAL REPAIR IN A TIMELY FASHION LEAVES 26-YEAR-OLD ________ WITH PERMANENT PARTIAL LOSS OF SENSATION AND TASTE.
Suffolk County, NY (193124)
#5
$________ VERDICT FOR PAST PAIN AND SUFFERING ONLY Dental Malpractice – Injury to lingual nerve during extraction of lower wisdom tooth – ________ contends numbness and loss of taste in portion of tongue – ________ intake sheet filled out for subsequent dentist in which ________ denied complaints – $________ demand.
Suffolk County, NY (192898)
#6
________ VERDICT Medical Malpractice – Primary Care – Surgery – ________ family doctor and ________ surgeon both misdiagnose facial pain as trigeminal neuralgia when in fact the pain was caused by squamous cell cancer – Wrongful death of 69-year-old female.
Philadelphia County, PA (191492)
#7
$________ VERDICT Medical Malpractice – Dental – Trauma to lingual nerve during wisdom teeth extractions – Permanent and irreversible nerve damage – Inability to taste on one side of mouth – Speech impairment.
Suffolk County, NY (190473)
#8
$________ CONFIDENTIAL RECOVERY Medical Malpractice – Dental – Oral surgery negligence – Failure to treat excessive bleeding disorder following dental procedure – Wrongful death.
Withheld County, MA (189997)
#9
________ VERDICT Medical Malpractice – Dental – ________ contends ________ oral surgeon, general dentist and emergency room physicians fail to refer for further investigation after alleged complaints of facial pain radiating towards eye and forehead – Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis not timely diagnosed – Loss of vision in one eye.
Nassau County, NY (188622)
#10
________ VERDICT Medical Malpractice – Dental – Alleged contraindicated extraction of wisdom tooth – Alleged absence of informed consent – Extraction allegedly causes jaw fracture weeks later, and ________ negligently fails to diagnose it – Osteomyelitis.
Suffolk County, NY (187052)
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