Poor treatment from your Dentist, including mistakes or misdiagnosis which lead to serious pain, suffering and loss may amount to dental negligence.
Dental Negligence Compensation
What is a Dental Negligence claim?
What amounts to Dental Negligence?
Common examples of dental negligence include:
- Tooth extractions including removal of the wrong tooth and damage to nerves and gums.
- Incorrectly fitted implants
- Failure to diagnose and/ or treat Periodontitis (gum disease)
- Mistakes which lead to the loss or damage of multiple teeth
- Cosmetic procedures carried out to a poor standard including teeth whitening and veneers
What is the cost of making a dental negligence claim?
The majority of our dental negligence claims are funded by a No Win No Fee agreement (also known as a Conditional Fee Agreement). This means that there is nothing to pay upfront and if you lose your case, you won’t have to pay any fees.
Why choose Cooper Hall Solicitors?
Our dedicated Solicitors have a wealth of experience in dealing with these claim and go over and beyond to ensure that making a dental negligence claim is an easy and comfortable process for you. In addition to helping you claim the maximum compensation award possible, we also understand the importance of dealing with your case sensitively and look to help you obtain the cost of any treatment required to rectify the negligent treatment.
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