Dental malpractice cases can be brought against dentists, orthodontists, periodontists , and oral surgeons for any of the following reasons: Permanent or temporary injuries to the nerves of the tongue, jaw, chin and lips, including lingual nerve injury (tongue), inferior alveolar nerve damage (lips, chin and jaw); Permanent or temporaryRead More →

CAN A DENTIST BE SUED? Yes. A Dentist is a health care professional providing care for a patient, as does a physician. There is a duty imposed upon the Dentist to practice dentistry at the standard of care in his/her specialty. A breach of this duty that results in injuryRead More →

The legal definition of dental malpractice varies from state to state. Dental malpractice is a form of malpractice dealing with injuries that occur during a visit to the dentist. Generally speaking, in order for someone to have a viable dental malpractice claim, the dental provider must have committed an actRead More →

Crashes in which a vehicle rolled over accounted for more than half of all single-vehicle crash deaths. (NHTSA) Every year hundreds of people are injured as a result of defective or dangerous seatbelts and seat belt accidents. Seatbelts perform a central role in occupant protection. Properly designed seatbelts should restrainRead More →