If you were referred abroad for treatment by an agent representing the foreign dentist in Ireland, a dental negligence claim must be made within two years. The dental negligence claim must be made from the date when you received the negligent treatment. In certain circumstances, you may be able to bring your claim after the two years has expired, for example if you did not become aware of your dental injury until say some months after the dental injury was inflicted, then the 2 year limitation rule may only commence on the date you became aware that you had been injured.

A dental negligence injury claim is best dealt with by a specialist personal injury solicitor familiar with such procedures. A specialist solicitor will also be able to advise you about your case and what you may receive for the physical trauma, with factors such as loss of earnings, remedial treatment and other out-of-pocket expenses also being integrated into a dental negligence claim. Our specialist solicitors in Synnott Lawline Solicitors ensure that making a medical negligence claim is as stress free as possible for our client and that our claims process allows us to get the very best result. Our solicitors at Synnott Lawline have extensive experience of dental negligence procedures and can determine the strength of your case.

If you feel that you have been the victim of a dentist’s negligence, talk to us today. For further information or advice contact Synnott Lawline Solicitors by phone on local 1850 20 40 60 or email info@lawline.ie

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