Our specialist Daybrook Dental Negligence Team are leading the way in the fight for justice for the victims of Desmond D’Mello following the discovery he had been ignoring important NHS infection control procedures.
We’ve already lodged hundreds of our claims and we have received responses from several of the parties involved in the proceedings. We’re now preparing further action, and meeting with our expert counsel is always the way forward.
We have instructed Queen’s Counsel and have several barristers assisting with the claims. A lot of this is down to the relationships we have formed with many barristers over the years we have been specialising in helping people with complex personal injury claims. It’s not just about getting access to our specialist lawyers – with us you get access to some of the best barristers in the UK!
As a law firm with specialist experience in representing people for group action claims and dental negligence cases, we’re best placed to make sure that anyone who wants justice for what has happened as access to it using our services. We have represented a large majority of the PIP victims over the last few years and our claims team are leading the fight for justice for the D’Mello victims.
We’ll be discussing several key issues in the claims at the conference and scrutinising the law and facts, as well preparing the responses to the several party’s who have replied to our letters of claim. We’re confident in the cases at the moment and we are able to pass clients medical records to a specialist barrister who has agreed to review them as part of the assistance for the claims.
We’re at a stage now with potential deadlines forming in the near future. Take it from our experience – you don’t want to miss them because it can seriously jeopardise your ability to make a successful claim!
If you have been affected by what has happened and you want to make a claim, contact our team as soon as possible on 0800 634 7575.
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