Can I do something about a dentist who cracked my tooth?

Asked on August 8, 2013 under Malpractice Law, California

Answers:

M.D., Member, California and New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 7 years ago | Contributor

In order to successfully sue for malpratice (or any personal injury) there must be an actual injury that is caused due to the negligent (or intentional) act of another. It's hard to say whether or not you have a valid claim since you gave little by way of the details of your case. Therefore, at this point you should consult with a personal injury attorney who specializes in malpractice cases. Most consultations of this type are free. You shouldn't delay in pursuing your potential remedy since there are strict time limitations (i.e. "statutes of limitations") in initiating legal action.


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