Dental Malpractice

Dental health care professionals owe a duty to their patients to provide a reasonable standard of care. When a dental provider fails to provide the type of care that other reasonably prudent equivalent providers would provide under the same or similar circumstances, resulting in personal injuries, dental malpractice has occurred. If you have been the subject of dental malpractice, you may be entitled to recover compensation from your dental provider for the pain, suffering and losses you have endured as a result of their negligent treatment.

Dental errors can occur in a number of ways, including failure or delay in diagnosing a disease, dental nerve injuries, poorly performed root canal surgery, improperly administered administration of anesthesia or antibiotics, improper or unnecessary removal of teeth, improperly placed dental implants, poorly aligned teeth causing bite problems and dental damage, or negligently performed procedures which result in infection.

The experienced attorneys at O’Hare Parnagian LLP have seen how debilitating the consequences of dental malpractice can be. Consequences can include needing repeat procedures, suffering gum disease, severe infection, loss of teeth and bone support, suffering chronic pain and facial nerve damage and psychological trauma. We will provide you with dedicated and personalized representation and pursue the maximum available compensation.

If you or a loved one has been injured or suffered wrongful death as a result of which you believe may be as a result of dental negligence, contact O’Hare Parnagian LLP. The experienced New York dental malpractice attorneys at O’Hare Parnagian LLP will provide you with the very best in dedicated and personalized legal representation. No matter the severity or the type of incident, the experienced attorneys at O’Hare Parnagian LLP have seen and dealt with almost everything. We will thoroughly investigate your claim, identify the negligent parties, pursue your case vigorously through a lawsuit, build the strongest case possible and achieve the best outcome in your case while holding all responsible parties accountable.

Because the law limits the time in which you can bring a claim, you should contact us immediately to investigate your case. Sometimes filings must be made within 90 days of the injury.

Call us at (212) 425-1401, or contact us online to set up a consultation to discuss your legal options. One of our attorneys will respond to you within 24 hours.

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