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Naomi is a Senior Associate and is the head of the Dental Negligence Team.
Naomi specialises in a wide range of high value and complex dental negligence cases, including periodontal, restorative, implant and nerve injury claims. She has over 10 years of experience in obtaining compensation for clients.
Naomi also works closely with, and provides supervisory support to, other members of the Dental Negligence Team.
"I want to make special mention of Naomi Todd, the Senior Associate assigned to my case, not just for what she achieved but also for the way she did it. At no point did the process become difficult or unduly stressful. I had expected to feel very alone but in fact I felt very supported throughout. Naomi kept me fully informed at each step, advising clearly what to expect. I had the sense that she really cared about the outcome and what she negotiated was beyond expectations, taking away my future financial worries caused by the awful dental treatment I had received. I owe her heartfelt thanks for handling my case with such sensitivity, insight and understanding during what has been a very difficult time for me personally. She is a credit to her profession." Ms Sarah Sabey
"Naomi was consistently approachable, patient, knowledgeable and proactive whilst handling my case. I found at all times Naomi was informative and realistic about the process and associated timescales. I believe that my best interests were at the heart of all our dealings."
Naomi Todd qualified as a Solicitor in 2008 and specialises in dental negligence law.
She has several years of experience specialising in dental negligence claims and has dealt with a wide variety of cases during this time.
Naomi deals with a wide variety of high value and complex dental negligence cases. She largely deals with cases concerning periodontal, restorative, implant and nerve injury claims.
Naomi is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).
Naomi studied Law at the University of the West of England.