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    Dental Compensation Claim

    Having to make dental compensation claims is never pleasant which is hardly surprising.

    A trip to the dentist is something most of us never look forward to, but imagine what the impact will be if the treatment goes wrong.

    Aside from the cosmetic considerations, negligence by a dentist leads to pain, discomfort, misery and time off work – with loss of pay, while waiting to recover.

    At times like this, you are quite entitled to make a dental compensation claim.

    Mistakes made by a dentist can be classed as a personal injury, but when seeking compensation for such cases it is always best to see a solicitor who specialises in medical negligence claims.

    The solicitor will be able to tell the client whether it would be viable to make a personal injury complaint against their dentist. Here at How To Claim Compensation, we can advise you of the likelihood of having a valid case. Simply submit the details of your case or injury into the question box provided and a claims expert will send you a response within an hour.

    The prospect of facing heavy legal costs puts many people off launching compensation claims.

    But there is a way round the problem.

    Many solicitors now represent clients in dental compensation cases on a no win no fee basis.

    The legal fee may be claimed as percentage of the award for compensation, or be payable from the offending dentist’s insurance company. This means that the client would receive the full claim. If the claim is lost the client will not have to pay any fee at all.

    It is recommended to make a claim against the dentist as soon after the offending treatment as possible.

    If for any reason there is a delay, such as the client did not know that he could make such a claim, it must be made within three years of the treatment.

    If the dentist admits he has been negligent then the claim may be settled reasonably quickly. If he denies liability the claim will more than likely be settled after it has been taken to court.

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