Are you registered with an NHS or private dental clinic? Have you suffered clinical negligence at the hands of your dentist?
When people think about clinical negligence claims, GP clinics and hospitals are likely to spring to mind. However, these are not the only places in which medical professionals work, and so are not the only premises in which an individual could sustain a personal injury.
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A visit to the dentist is not something many people look forward to, but at least in the majority of cases you can be assured to receive the appropriate treatment from someone qualified to perform it.
However, sometimes people suffer clinical negligence at the hands of a dentist, and instances such as these could be resolved by contacting a medical negligence Solicitor
Healys Recover has a team of expert and approachable solicitors waiting to help you receive the compensation you are entitled to.
The incidents for which you could make a clinical negligence claim against a dentist or a dental practice, are as follows:
Suffering problems with teeth or gums as a result of delayed/incorrect diagnosis or other treatment-related injury can cause you to experience pain, lose self confidence due to your appearance, have trouble eating and talking and might even result in you having to take time off work.
Receiving compensation for clinical negligence sustained at a dental practice, can help you recoup lost earnings, and pay for medical bills to rectify the problems which have been caused.
27th March 2020
Accident victims who exercise their right to seek compensation often face claims that they are malingering or over-exaggerating their injuries. However, as a High Court decision showed, judges require firm evidence before finding such serious allegations proved. Continue reading »
13th March 2020
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10th March 2020
Personal injury lawyers confront tragedy on a daily basis. However, they are often left in awe of the courage displayed by severely injured accident victims. In this case, a young man fought his way back to independence after suffering life-changing head injuries in a road smash. Continue reading »
5th March 2020
The ever-increasing cost of professional care, combined with low returns on capital investments, have necessarily led to an escalation in the value of damages awards to victims of clinical negligence. The point was underlined by a case in which a seven-year-old girl who was starved of oxygen during her birth secured an NHS compensation package worth almost £18 million. Continue reading »
2nd March 2020
If you have been injured at work and feel that your employer was to blame, you should consult a solicitor immediately. A teacher who failed to take that action after he was assaulted by a group of pupils jeopardised his chance of securing substantial compensation. Continue reading »
6th April 2020
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3rd April 2020
Employers and Colleges Will Not Face Enforcement Action For Non Attendance of Employees/Students at Work/College Due to Covid 19 Pandemic. Continue reading »
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2nd April 2020
To alleviate the pressures placed on the NHS due to Covid 19, on 31 March 2020 the Home Office made an announcement that around 2800 migrant doctors, nurses and paramedics are to have their visas automatically extended free of charge for 1 year. They will also not have to pay the IHS Surcharge fee. Continue reading »
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