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Dental Malpractice Lawyer Virginia

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If you have been injured while at the dentist because of the dentist’s or one of their staff’s negligence, a good dental malpractice lawyer Virginia dental and medical malpractice victims recommend may be able to help you to seek the compensation you are entitled to. 

A Dental Patient’s Expectations

When a patient walks into the office or facility to see a medical professional, they can expect to come out in better health than when they went in, or to know the reason for what is causing them a problem, or a referral to go to see a doctor who is better suited to trying to figure out their problem, etc. 

Going to the dentist is not supposed to be an exception to this rule. If you or someone you have been injured while at a dental facility, the sooner you contact a reliable personal injury lawyer who is experienced with successfully defending the rights of dental and medical malpractice victims, the sooner they may be able to start protecting yours.

Complications of Dental Malpractice

An unfortunate reality is that a dental accident can cause great damage to a person’s mouth as well as to other parts of their body such as their head and neck, and to organs such as their eyes, nose, throat, windpipe, etc. Common complications that may require the help of a good Virginia dental malpractice lawyer to get compensation to help cover the costs of include but are not limited to:

  • Dentist’s failure to diagnose or misdiagnoses a problem results in unnecessary and potentially serious illness or injury, or even death
  • Facial numbness and/or pain from nerve damage
  • Infection from an improperly cleaned cavity or surgery suture 
  • Pain from poorly fitted filling
  • Scarring
  • Disfigurement
  • Loss of physical abilities because of nerve damage
  • Psychological damage 

If you have suffered from any of the above reasons or one not mentioned here, you may have a reason to file a personal injury claim for the damages your negligent dentist or dental facility have caused you. A good personal injury attorney who is experienced with helping victims of dental malpractice and their families, may be able to help you get the maximum amount of compensation you deserve.

Can You File a Dental Malpractice Claim Without a Lawyer

There is no law that says you need to enlist the help of a good dental or medical malpractice lawyer to help you file a dental malpractice claim, but many people recommend that this is easier, and more time and cost efficient than trying to do this on your own. 

One significant reason people recommend having a lawyer on your side if you are filing a dental malpractice claim is because of the insurance companies that determine how much compensation you are entitled to. These big and powerful companies spend a significant amount of money and resources on making sure that they have to pay victims as little as they can get away with, even if the victim and in some cases, their family, are entitled to much more.

This and many other reasons are why you should contact a dental malpractice lawyer in Virginia at Cohen & Cohen for a free case evaluation with no obligations, as soon as you can.

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