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March, 2016 | New Jersey Medical Malpractice Blog Archive

Appellate Court Affirms that Plaintiff May Read in Testimony of Unavailable Treating Physicians – Sheets V. Siegler (Decided March 27, 2015) (A-1836-11T4)

By Attorney Michael B. Zerres on March 16, 2016

In this dental malpractice case, the plaintiff experienced excruciating pain following a wisdom tooth extraction performed by the defendant dentist. She later developed numbness in her tongue and shooting pain from the back of her jaw, causing her difficulty speaking and swallowing. The patient, thereafter, underwent surgery to repair an apparent injury to her right lingual nerve. However, her difficulties remained, and she began receiving steroid injections to treat what was diagnosed as a neuroma of the right lingual nerve. Read the rest »

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