Q&A: What Should I Avoid if I Am Considering a Dental Malpractice Lawsuit?
What Should I Avoid if I Am Considering a Dental Malpractice Lawsuit?
The biggest pitfall that you can step into as a dental malpractice victim is signing a waiver that signs away your rights. Often it comes in the form of the dentist offering to refund their money that they spent on the procedure, or the dentist offers a refund in combination with some extra services – usually something like tooth whitening services or free cleanings for a year, or something like that. You should always talk to a lawyer if something like that is offered. You should never just go ahead and sign something – that’s definitely a sign that you need to make a call to a qualified legal professional.
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