At the Dental Law Partnership every client is important to us and each of their stories is unique. In order to give you an insight into our work here are a number of our clients’ case examples of where we have succeeded in helping our clients bring a claim against their dentists to get the justice our clients deserve.
Find case studies below of our successful dental negligence cases, which include complaints such as:
- Loss of teeth due to a dentist’s treatment mistakes
- Nerve injuries caused by negligent dental treatment
- Incorrect or delayed diagnosis, including gum disease and oral cancer misdiagnosis
- Failure to obtain the proper patient consent
- Cosmetic dentistry errors
- Restorative dentistry problems.
At the Dental Law Partnership, our team of specialist solicitors provide high quality legal representation exclusively for patients who have received negligent treatment from their dentist.
Established in August 2000, Dental Law Partnership has used its extensive expertise to become the market leader in dental negligence claims, helping thousands of patients across England and Wales to get the compensation that they deserve.
At Dental Law Partnership, our expert team is made up of experienced solicitors and dentists – with all our directors coming from a clinical background before earning their legal qualifications.
Our in-house dental team gives us the opportunity to thoroughly assess all the clinical aspects of a dental negligence claim immediately, without having to confer with outside experts.
Our dental expertise is only rivalled by our wealth of legal experience, and with our team boasting over 20 years of successful clinical negligence claims, we can ensure that patients’ cases progress as effectively and efficiently as possible.
Covering a vast and varied range of cases, from loss of teeth to unidentified gum disease, our team is well versed in all dental compensation claims and are dedicated to getting you the justice that you deserve. To discuss your claim, call our team today on 0808 256 8057 or request a call back.
At the Dental Law Partnership every client is important to us and each of their stories is unique. For an insight into the work of our expert solicitors, or to get an idea of some of the claims we have won for patients who have suffered at the hands of a negligent dentist, browse our clients’ case examples below:
A man from the south east of England
Avoidable loss of a tooth and future treatments needed after his dentist failed to spot and treat tooth decay
Mr L from the South East of England
Avoidable loss of a tooth after his dentist failed to spot and treat tooth decay
Client: Ms C from the East of England
Suffered an avoidable period of pain and suffering as a result of infection and suffered an avoidable repeat root canal treatment.
Client: Ms R from Wales
Condition: Multiple episodes of pain and loses tooth after her dentist failed to perform a root canal treatment properly
Client: Mr O from the North East.
Condition: Multiple episodes of pain when his dentists failed to spot and treat decay.
Client: Mr D from the North West
Condition: Dentist failed to diagnose and treat periodontal disease, resulting in the loss of 16 teeth
Client: Mrs L from the North West
Condition: Multiple episodes of pain when her dentist failed to perform a root canal treatment properly
Client: Mr T from West Yorkshire
Condition: Pain and discomfort after his dentist’s poor treatment and failure to treat decay
Client: Mrs S from the South East
Condition: Pain and discomfort when her dentist extracted the wrong tooth
Client: Mrs C from the East Midlands
Condition: dentist failed to diagnose and treat her periodontal disease over a 13 year period
Client: Mrs Susan Merkell from Orpington, London
Condition: Hospital dentist failed to extract a wisdom tooth with due skill and care, leaving Mrs S with permanent nerve damage
Client: Stuart Lee, from Thornton-Cleveleys, Lancashire
Condition: Dentists failed to spot and treat decay, resulting in infections, unnecessary treatments, and botched root canal treatment over 10 years