Looking for pediatric dental lawsuit attorneys? O’Connor and Partners is defending victims of pediatric dental malpractice in New York. If your child was a victim of an unnecessary baby root canal or pulpotomy call us immediately for a free case consultation (845) 303-8777. Was your child a patient of any of the below dental practices? You may be eligible to pursue compensation for your child’s physical, emotional, and financial damages.
- Pediatric Dentistry of Kingston
- Pediatric Dentistry of Monsey
- Pediatric Dentistry of Albany
- Pediatric Dentistry of the Bronx
- Pediatric Dentistry of Flushing
- Pediatric Dentistry of Kingston
- Pediatric Dentistry of Brooklyn
- Pediatric Dentistry of Valley Stream
- North Country Pediatric Dentistry
According to the NY Attorney General and https://ag.ny.gov/press-release/2022/attorney-general-james-secures-over-750000-pediatric-dentistry-group-performing, ” Dr. Jacobson and HQRC allegedly performed unnecessary and invasive dental procedures on children to line their own pockets,” said Attorney General James. “It is unconscionable that medical professionals were willing to perform unnecessary dental procedures on children simply to make money,” said U.S. Attorney Sellinger. “Recovering their ill-gotten gains only begins to undo this damage. Working with Attorney General James and our partners in the New York Attorney General’s Office, we want to make it clear that this behavior is intolerable.”
How Can Pediatric Dental Lawsuit Attorneys Help?
You trusted your doctor for help when you needed help. They made a mistake, and now you’re forced to live with the consequences. Your dentist, doctor, hospital, or medical provider can be held accountable for your injuries. Much like other doctors, dentists (including dental surgeons, orthodontists, and other dental professionals) owe a duty of care to their patients.
There is a direct connection between your mouth health and the rest of your body. Careless mistakes made during dental procedures can directly affect your overall health. They can also cause substantial pain, permanent damage to the teeth, and tremendous long-term expense. An attorney can help you get the compensation you need to repair the damage and move on with your life.
Schedule a Free Dental Malpractice Consultation with O’Connor and Partners
New York’s statute of limitations for medical, dental or pediatric malpractice is two years and six months from the date of malpractice or from the end of continuous treatment by the party you plan to sue for alleged negligence. That gives you 30 months to file a civil suit for monetary damages.
New York’s medical malpractice laws are complex, and the prospect of taking action against a health clinic or hospital may seem daunting. The Kingston, NY, Poughkeepsie, NY and Newburgh, NY dental malpractice lawyers at O’Connor & Partners have successfully recovered millions of dollars in compensation for injured patients in New York. We’d like to help you too. The law requires that physicians and other medical professionals maintain an extremely high standard of care. When they breach that duty, they can be held accountable for the damages their patients suffer as a result.
Of course, it is important to recognize that adverse medical conditions do not always reflect medical malpractice. But if you believe your health provider has been careless — and if you have been injured, become ill, or your condition has worsened as a result — we may be able to help.
We will never charge you a fee unless and until we get you money first. To schedule a free, confidential, no-obligation consultation right away with our Pediatric Dental Lawsuit Attorneys, contact us online or call (845) 303-8777. We’re ready to fight for the compensation you deserve.
We are dedicated to helping injured people put their lives back together after serious accidents. Each of our distinguished attorneys has ample trial experience and can aggressively represent your interests. From our offices in Kingston, Poughkeepsie, and Newburgh, we are prepared to take on any personal injury case.