What is Dental Negligence?
Every dental practitioner owes their patient a duty of care to provide reasonable treatment and advice. If you consider that your dentist has not acted reasonably and you have suffered pain as a result, compensation may be forthcoming.
Can I sue my dentist?
If you have felt you have suffered following any form of dental treatment, or you are unhappy about the care you have been provided you may be able to sue your dentist for compensation. Contact our expert team of dental negligence lawyers who will give you a free no obligation consultation and advise you of our options.
No-win, No Fee
We recently settled a dental nerve damage case for £22,500. Quotes from Lawtel reports state that orthodontic enamel damage claims can settle for as much as £60,000 and lip burns from tooth whitening claims can settle for £2,750.
If we consider that you have a claim, we will be able to offer you a no-win, no-fee agreement to pursue your dentist.
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WHY CHOOSE OAKWOOD SOLICITORS?
If you or a family member have been injured as a result of poor dental treatment or advice, the next important stage is finding a firm of solicitors who understands you and what you have been through as well as someone who understands the complex area of law surrounding dental negligence.
Here at Oakwood Solicitors we pride ourselves on the high level of expertise and exceptional service we provide to all of our clients.
We make all of our clients the following 5 promises:
Free Initial Advice – Our dedicated team are there to help you and answer any questions you may have. We always offer a free, no obligation initial advice to anyone who considers that they may have been affected by medical negligence. So if you’re not sure whether you have a claim or not, call us and let us talk you through it.
Exceptional Client Care – OUR CLIENTS COME FIRST. This is the ethos our dedicated team of medical negligence lawyers work by. We understand that our clients have been through a difficult and traumatic time and we pride ourselves on aiming to make the claims process as easy as possible. We treat all of our clients with the utmost dignity, respect and compassion, we ensure that we are approachable and available to speak to when our client needs us.
We are Specialists – The specialist medical negligence team have years of experience handling medical negligence claims and are supported by external independent medical and nursing professionals and expert counsel. We aim to ensure that your claim is investigated thoroughly and properly and that no stone is left unturned.
We mean Business – We are persistent and determined and are not afraid to take on large establishments. If the evidence is in your favour we will not rest until you have the justice and compensation that you deserve.
We strive to be the best – We are proud of the fact that the majority of cases we pursue are successful and this is due to our hard work, determination and specialist knowledge in this area of law. As a team, we continuously want to improve and extend our knowledge to make sure that:- our clients are satisfied; that we are up to date with changes in this area of law; and that we are the best that we can be.
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