Claiming compensation for dental negligence

dental negligence compensation claims

You could be entitled to claim compensation for dental negligence, and we may be able to represent you for a legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis.

As specialist injury lawyers, we can assess what has happened to you and provide confirmation as to whether we can work this way for you and then move the case forward if you want us to do so. We can use a combination of our expert insight as well as a professional opinion from a dental expert to help to support your claim and help us to value how much you could be entitled to recover.

We provide free, no-obligation claims assessments, so please do not hesitate to contact us here now to find out if we may be able to represent you for a case today.

Can you claim compensation for dental negligence?

You could be eligible to claim compensation for dental negligence if you have suffered any pain or loss of amenity, or losses and expenses, as a result of something going wrong in relation to dental treatment.

Whether the case involves mistakes made during the course of treatment, or advice that has been issued to you, or a misdiagnosis or a failure to diagnose you in time, you may have a case. To be able to pursue a claim for compensation for dental negligence, we must be able to prove that you have suffered as a result of some form of negligence. Like most procedures, dental surgery can come with inherent risks, so there is a difference between what you may have been exposed to because there is no way to avoid it, versus what could have been avoided and had caused you harm.

We will normally prove your legal case by instructing a specialist dental expert who can review your records and see you as part of an appointment, and then provide their informed opinion. They can look at what has happened and then confirm if they believe you have been the victim of negligence, and to what extent you have suffered. If negligence is established, we can then use this as the core proof of your case and we can also use the information about the extent of your suffering to prove how much you could be entitled to recover. You may also be entitled to recover losses and expenses which, in a claim for compensation for dental negligence, can be substantial given the cost of remedial work that may be required.

The best way to find out if you may have a dental negligence claim is to speak to our team here now for free, no-obligation legal advice.

Can you benefit from No Win, No Fee legal representation?

We do not really know at the start of you speaking to us whether you definitely have a claim that will win or not. We need to assess what has happened based on your testimony and any information or evidence you have, and then we can make an informed decision as to whether we believe we could win a case for you or not.

If we believe that there are prospects of succeeding with your potential claim for compensation, we should be able to represent you on a No Win, No Fee basis. This means that we can write off our legal fees if your case does not succeed, subject to agreed terms and conditions in place.

You will need to speak to our expert legal team here now and advise us what has happened and answer any questions that we may have. We can then make the decision as to whether we can move forward with the case for you.

Free, no-obligation legal advice now

As we have already outlined above, we can provide free, no-obligation legal advice now should you wish to discuss a potential dental negligence compensation case.

Contact our team and we will be happy to assist you.

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