Dental Negligence Claims Solicitors
Whiterose Blackmans Solicitors are experienced Dental Negligence Solicitors in Leeds.
We are specialist claim solicitors and we provide the best possible service and legal representation for all our clients. From your initial contact we will take the time to listen to you and to understand your situation.
We act for clients across the UK, it doesn’t matter where you live as face to face meetings are not necessary. What is important is solid communication and a mutual understanding. For the moment we open your case we will keep you fully informed of developments as they happen.
Claims Against Dentists
Thankfully most dental treatment people receive via the NHS or private medical practices is to a high standard. However sometimes things can go wrong and the impact on lives can be devastating. When they do go wrong that’s when you need the expertise of a qualified and experienced dental negligence solicitor.
If you feel you have received poor treatment and are looking for a professional and experienced dental negligence solicitor please give us a call. We have extensive experience and success in winning dental negligence claims.
Make a Claim for Dental Negligence!
There are lots of ways in which a dentist can be negligent. Perhaps they have extracted the wrong tooth or several teeth they should not have, caused injury to your jaw, incorrectly fitted dentures or crowns, carried out poor orthodontic work or the procedure they have carried out has left you in unnecessary pain! Whatever the reason if you feel you dentist has been negligent please contact us to discuss your case, you may be entitled to compensation.
Compensation – How much could I be entitled to?
This question is difficult to answer as every dental claim is different. What we can say is that the amount of compensation you can claim is dependant on how serious your injuries are as well as other factors. We would look to claim back any expenses you may have incurred as a result of your treatment, for example, loss of earnings through time off work, additional dental costs incurred as a result of rectifying the poor dental treatment you have endured and further treatment you may need in order to make a full recovery.