Yes you can – we are currently representing huge numbers of the former patients of disgraced Nottinghamshire dentist Desmond D’Mello. Thankfully the majority of the patients we act for have received the news that they are clear of serious blood borne infections like HIV and Hepatitis B and C.
We are acting for several patients who have contracted infections.
The important thing to know is that you do not have to have contracted anything to make a claim – here’s some advice for you.
As a former patient you are entitled to bring a claim for the stress and anxiety that has been caused. Having spoken to so many people how have shared their experience about what has happened, we know and understand how hard this has been for many of the former patients affected by the scandal.
We are working closely with several barristers including Queens Counsel and specialist dental negligence barristers as we are investigating additional claims for negligence, and we have come across many trends in the problems that former patients have reported to us, and we are actively investigating hundreds of claims for negligence.
Who we are and what we do
We represent thousands of negligence victims and we have particular expertise in the areas of dental negligence, psychological claims, and large group action cases. These are all niche areas of expertise that a lot of generic solicitors do not have experience with. We have known of firms in the past who have jeopardised people’s claims through a lack of knowledge and understanding of the complexities involved with these kinds of cases.
Our warning to former patients looking for help is simple – choose you law firm carefully and make sure they are properly equipped to handle the claim and have experience in the key issues involved in these cases.
Of course, you can simply call our team on 0800 634 7575 as we are leading the way in the fight for justice. Sources have confirmed that we still act for the majority of patients so speak to us for the best advice about where you stand.
We are still taking cases on although cut off points may be applied soon, so don’t miss out!
IMPORTANT: advice on this page is intended to be up-to-date for the 'first published date'.