Teeth Injury Compensation Claims Information
If you’ve damaged or broken your teeth but it wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to compensation.
Whenever making a personal injury compensation claim, there must be someone at fault. Gaining evidence of the injury and circumstances is important so always make sure to visit a medical or dental professional to have the damaged assessed and, where possible, ensure the incident is noted or reported in some way. It is also recommended to take photos of the location, circumstances and actual injuries received to have proof of the incident which occurred.
When is it Possible to Claim Compensation for Damaged or Broken Teeth?
When attempting to make a claim for damaged or broken tooth compensation, it must be a result of someone else’s negligence or a company’s negligence. Examples of this include being in a car accident, hurt by falling goods at a warehouse or store or damaged by a dental professional. It can also be an indirect injury such as a spillage at work that caused you to slip and damage your teeth in the process. You cannot make a claim for broken teeth if your injury was caused by your own negligence.
If you’d like to know if you have grounds for a compensation claim for broken or damaged teeth, contact Tylers Solicitors.
Can I Claim for Teeth Injuries at Work?
If you’ve damaged your teeth whilst at work and it wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to claim compensation. If this injury has occurred due to health and safety negligence on behalf of your employer or workspace, then you could be eligible to make a claim.
If you have grounds to believe you’re due compensation, speak to a member of our team today who’ll be able to confirm whether you have a potential claim or not.
Why Choose Tylers Solicitors to Claim Damaged Teeth Compensation in the UK?
Tylers Solicitors is one of the UK’s leading personal injury solicitors. We can provide a comprehensive range of no-win, no-fee legal services to help you get the compensation you’re entitled to. Whether you’ve suffered the injury at work, whilst our shopping, at an event or in a motor vehicle, we are here for you.
If you’re looking to make a broken tooth compensation claim, or you want to understand if you’re eligible to claim for damaged teeth, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today!
Need more information? Don’t worry, Lee Kirton or one of our other professional claims solicitors will advise you along the way
Call today on 0800 699 0079 to start your compensation claim!
Teeth Injury Compensation Claims Amounts
If you’re looking to claim loss of teeth or broken teeth compensation, the amount you’re likely to receive depends on the severity of your injuries as well as any accompanying injuries. If you’re left with long-term injuries, such as the deterioration of the rest of the teeth, you’re likely to earn more compensation than for isolated injuries.
If you’re wondering much compensation you could be entitled to, use our simple teeth injury compensation amounts calculator below, or get in touch with our no-win, no-fee team today.
Minor Teeth Injury Compensation Amounts
Any injury that causes serious damage or the loss of back teeth
£870 to £1,500 (Per Tooth)
Moderate Teeth Injury Compensation Amounts
Any injury that causes serious damage or the loss of one front tooth
£1,760 to £3,460
Serious Teeth Injury Compensation Amounts
Any injury that causes serious damage or the loss of several front teeth
Up to £33,430
Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Do I Have to Begin My Tooth Injury Compensation Claim?
Any physical injury requires that the claim process is initiated within three years of the injury taking place to be eligible for compensation.
Since any delay in medical treatment can probably see your compensation value lowered by up to 25%, it is very important that you seek treatment from a professional medical practitioner as quickly as possible. This is because there could be an accusation that you may have aggravated your injury through your own lack of care.
If My Claim Isn't Successful, Do I Still Need To Pay?
Tylers Solicitors operate a no-win, no-fee policy so you can rest assured that no fees are due unless your claim for compensation for your broken or damaged teeth is successful.
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