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The Dental Law Partnership

The Dental Law Partnership is a specialist firm of solicitors providing high quality legal representation exclusively for patients who have received negligent treatment from their dentist.

Since the company was established in August 2000 we have grown steadily to become the market leader in our specialist area, representing patients in the majority of the dental negligence claims brought in England and Wales today. Most of our cases are run on a conditional fee basis, in other words ‘no win, no cost’ allowing access to justice for dental patients.


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DISFIGURED 22 YEAR OLD MAN LEFT WITH FACIAL SCARRING DUE TO DENTIST IN WEDNESBURY

23rd May 2016

A 22-year-old West Midlands man from Wednesbury has received £13K in damages after his dentist failed to diagnose a discharging lesion on the side of his face which has left him with permanent scarring. Sam Smith, 22, a Trainee Accountant of Wednesbury, West Midlands visited his dentist, Dr Mavi, of Crankhall Lane Dental Practice in […]

How much Sugar are you Actually Consuming?

28th April 2016

Depending on how much you consume on a daily basis, sugar intake can have a massive effect on both your oral and physical health. It’s been estimated that the average person in the UK gets around 16-17% of their daily calorie consumption from sugar, yet it’s recommended by the World Health Organisation that this should […]

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27th May: When a dentist provided faulty bridges a DLP client is awarded £32,750 compensation https://t.co/NIjJYzi0gX

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26th May: A DLP client receives £15,000 after a dentist ignored gum disease resulting in the loss of 11 teeth https://t.co/MUOK7rqnfp

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25th May: A DLP client obtains £27,000 when a dentist provided a mouthful of poor crowns and bridge work https://t.co/OPqFJnfypN