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Can I claim for dental negligence?
Have you suffered as a result of a mistake by your dentist or from the poor care you’ve received from a dental clinic? If you have been injured, misdiagnosed or undergone through unnecessary pain or trauma because of your dentist, then you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation. Call Mercury Legal immediately about a no win, no fee claim for compensation.
- If you have been mistreated by your dentist or received negligent care at a dental clinic, resulting in:
- A misdiagnosis and delayed treatment;
- The extraction of the wrong tooth or damage to other;
- Or general dental negligence resulting in an injury to you;
Dentists are expected to provide a high standard of service without exception, but should you feel your dental treatment has led to problems with decay, gum disease or needing surgery or extractions, then you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation. At Mercury Legal, we have helped many negligence victims claim the compensation they deserve on a no-win, no-free basis. No-win, no-fee means exactly that. It doesn’t cost you anything to speak to us and you are under no obligation to pursue a claim, even if we think you have a strong chance of winning. Find how we can help you to make a claim by calling us today or request a free call back by visiting our website.
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