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If you want to understand more about claiming for dental negligence, a look at our blog could be a great starting point.

We bring you current news and updates from our company, as well as some helpful tips for anyone wanting to start the claim process. Our advice comes from an experienced, professional source, giving you the information you need to make the decisions about your claim which are right for your individual circumstances.

How Much Is My Dental Negligence Claim Worth? Part 1 – General Damages
As a specialist dental negligence solicitor, I am often asked about how much a particular dental claim is worth. It
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Does an Apology Constitute and Admission of Guilt in Dental Negligence?
Does an Apology Constitute and Admission of Guilt in Dental Negligence? The British are extremely good at two things: Queuing
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Patients Want Answers, Not Choices
Will the proposed complaints scheme for non-NHS dentistry really work? A consultation document was published in May 2002setting out the
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Are Associate Dentists Employed or Self-Employed?
Dental Negligence Claims Against Practices: When Your Self Employed Dentist Leave As a specialist dental negligence solicitor, I am often
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The Allocation of Blame for Dental Negligence
The roles of the dental hygienist and that of the dental therapist are often seen as second in line to
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