Make a no win no fee dental negligence claim today. Find out if your claim could be successful during a FREE 15 minute chat with Natasha. Get started below. 

There are time limits on dental negligence claims, so don’t delay.


Natasha Batty

Natasha Batty

Principal Solicitor

Speak directly with our dental negligence solicitor based in our Heswall office.  No call centres or answer phones, just FREE expert advice from a leading solicitor on the Wirral. 


No win no fee dental negligence claims

Take away some of the risk when it comes to making a claim. No win no fee means you only pay solicitors fees for dental claims when you are successful. 


What is dental negligence?

Dental Negligence is where a dental health professional has directly caused, overlooked or even made worse any type of injury caused by dentistry work.

Any case where a dentist has performed poorly, negligently or inappropriately which results in avoidable harm being caused to a patient can lead to a dental negligence compensation claim.

This may include any accident or oversight that has caused you physical harm or caused you financial loss. 

Compensation for dental negligence very much depends on your individual circumstances.

If you believe that you have been treated unfairly or require any advice in relation to any Dental Negligence matter, please contact us today.

How can dental negligence solicitors help?

We can offer fixed fee packages, that way you will have the peace of mind that your legal costs will not exceed your expectations. We will always aim to ensure full transparency of our fees so that these are easy to understand. 

Our No-Win No-Fee solicitors are committed to ensuring you get the maximum compensation you deserve.

A Damaged Based Agreement or No-Win No-Fee Agreement, means that you will not pay any legal fees if your compensation claim is unsuccessful. This is a risk free way of funding your claim.

How long does it take to make a dental negligence claim?

It can take a few years to settle your dental negligence claim, dependant on the nature and complexity of the injury. Bear in mind that there is a 3 year limit from the time that you were aware you had suffered an injury to the point that you make the claim.

How can I make a dental negligence claim?

Speak to Natasha, our dental negligence solicitor to explain your issue and she'll quickly let you know whether we think you have a case to make a dental claim. The initial consultation is free, she'll explain the entire process and you can even use a No Win No fee dental agreement to help you fund the claim.