Personal Injury Law
Personal Injury Law Questions? Ask Personal Injury Lawyers.
No I have not seen a dentist yet, I have been to busy as I work out of my house and have 2 young kids to care for.
Yeah my back molar had a root canal many years ago, now I would say 1/3rd of the tooth is gone and I am sure its from biting down while chewing the screw then after we left we were driving home and I coughed pretty hard and thought I coughed something up so spit out the car window then I felt right after that sharpness on that tooth looked in the mirror and sure enough part of the tooth is gone..
Now so much of the tooth is gone I am not sure if they could make a post on it to put a new tooth capped over it or not..
ok great advice, i will get to the dr asap.. thanks
Josh,You are very welcome, I am glad that I could be of assistance. Also, I forgot to address the other part of your question, which is where you would need to file. You would need to file your claim in the small claims division in the county court where the restaurant is located. There are conceivably other jurisdictional bases to bring suit in other counties, but they become very complex from a procedural standpoint, so the simplest thing to do would be just sue where the injury occurred.Again, please feel free to let me know if you have any further concerns. If I have answered your question, I would be very grateful for a positive rating of my service so that I may receive credit for assisting you.Enjoy your weekend.
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