Award winning medical negligence solicitors
Our experienced team is recognised by clients and our peers for first class client care and case management skills. We have many specialists in dental negligence cases who can offer advice for a claim.
Why choose Hodge Jones & Allen?
When you visit the dentist, you are entitled to the same reasonable standard of treatment as with any other doctor or surgeon, whether you are having treatment to improve the functioning of your teeth or to improve their appearance cosmetically. If something has gone wrong, the medical negligence team provides specialist legal advice to clients and their families that require guidance and support in securing justice and compensation. Our team will help you to:
- Get answers to your questions
- Find out the truth about what went wrong
- Access rehabilitative care and treatment, wherever needed
- Obtain financial compensation
- Put your mind at ease
How we can help you
Our teams have been successfully pursuing claims for 38 years. We’re the London law firm that gets results. Our specialist skills, experience and efficient stream-lined procedures allows us to deal with your claim quickly and effectively.
We’ll take the worry out of fighting back by:
- Arranging early rehabilitation and any treatment required
- Provide an early calculation as to the value of your claim
- Move forward promptly to help you gain the compensation you deserve
Circumstances qualifying for a claim?
In dental surgery, mistakes can be made which are avoidable and result in pain and discomfort, loss of the ability to eat drink chew or even speak properly. Your appearance can be altered to the extent that you find it extremely embarrassing. Cosmetic dentistry is on the increase with many high street dentists increasingly claiming to be able to provide cosmetic dentistry or smile makeovers thereby increasing the scope for things to go wrong.
Some examples of the type of dental negligence claims with which we deal with are:
- Failure to diagnose/treat periodontal disease (gum disease).
- Failure to diagnose/treat dental decay (caries).
- Extraction of the wrong tooth.
- Injury to teeth mouth jaw or gums during surgery (for example cuts, lacerations and burns from equipment).
- Failed or poorly performed implant surgery (crowns).
- Inadequate or failed root canal therapy (for treatment of bacterial infection).
- Nerve damage as a result of substandard treatment (resulting in loss of function and feeling).
- Negligent smile makeover (veneers, crowns, etc.).
- Unnecessary treatment (for example fitting of crowns where veneers would have sufficed).