Dental malpractice – a visit to the dentist not what it should have been?
We do so many things in life that are routine, we sometimes do not think that they could go wrong – like a visit to the dentist.
We also place a great deal of trust in the services of the medical professionals we rely on, such as dentists. But what happens when things go wrong? How do people know if they have Rhymney no win no fee* claims for compensation?
You can call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500
Staffed by knowledgeable people, our phone line is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and from the majority of landline providers it is a free number to call. If it isn’t free then log on and send us a contact form and we will contact you, or just tell us when you call and we will call you back immediately.
For many people making Rhymney no win no fee* claims for compensation, money may already be ‘tight’ and we do not want you to suffer financially any more than you need to.
Use the Compensation Calculator
Knowing that they have eligible Rhymney no win no fee* claims for compensation is also important to potential claimants, which is why here at Accident Advice Helpline, we developed a brilliant tool call the compensation calculator.
It only takes a few minutes to complete and it will give you an indication of the eligibility of your case within seconds. We guarantee it will take no longer than 30 seconds for it to assess your claim against the criteria laid down in personal injury law and give you an answer.
Where to find the Compensation Calculator
You can use the calculator online on our home page or, alternatively, if you would prefer to talk to someone, you can call us.
But you need not worry – contacting Accident Advice Helpline does not mean that you are tied in to anything; nor will you be pressured into making a claim. The decision to pursue compensation is entirely the decision of people with potential Rhymney no win no fee* claims for compensation and no one else’s!
How much could you win?
This depends on the accident or situation in which you were hurt, as well as the nature and severity of your injuries. The possible impact of these injuries on your lifestyle in the future will also be taken into account.