Naomi Todd


Amputation | Birth Injury | Dental negligence | Injury | Medical negligence

About Naomi

Naomi joined RWK Goodman as a trainee in 2006 before qualifying in 2008 as a specialist medical negligence solicitor. Naomi is head of the Dental Negligence Team, and specialises in a wide range of both clinical and dental negligence claims.

For Naomi, the job is about making sure her clients get the best possible outcome, as quickly as possible.

Naomi understands that bringing a negligence claim can be an emotional and daunting experience, and will do her best to make the experience as pain free as possible. Naomi appreciates the need to be thorough, professional, yet empathetic, and will always do her best to secure a fair and speedy settlement, so that her clients can put often horrifying experiences behind them and move on with their lives.


Naomi has an excellent working relationship with her clients, who have described her as a “delight to deal with”.

Naomi specialises in both medical negligence and dental negligence law, and has particular expertise in cases involving dental negligence. Naomi is head of The Dental Negligence Team, which is a dedicated team within the firm dealing exclusively with dental negligence claims.

Naomi has significant experience in dealing with a wide range of dental negligence claims including failure to diagnose periodontal disease, lingual nerve injury and cosmetic dentistry, as well as a wide range of medical negligence claims, including failure of GPs to refer, ophthalmology, failure to diagnose fractures, amputation cases and pressure sores cases.


Over 13 years’ experience dealing with a wide range of dental and clinical negligence claims.

Notable cases include:

  • Securing £405,000 for a Claimant who developed a rectovaginal fistula following a reverse Hartmann’s procedure. The Claimant was left with permanent and debilitating symptoms, suffered extensive, permanent scarring and a psychological injury.
  • Securing £120,000 for a client for a case involving a failure to diagnose and treat Ogilvie’s Syndrome.
  • Securing £69,000.00 for a Claimant who received negligent dental treatment involving substandard veneers. The Claimant suffered distress and depression, a permanent lisp, sensitivity and a sagging middle lip. In addition, the Claimant required extensive remedial treatment including the removal of veneers, orthodontic treatment and thereafter the re-fitting of the veneers.