Attorney Mark A. Glassman discusses dental malpractice on 1230 AM WBZT/I Heart Radio.
It is in your best interest to consult with a Florida Dental Malpractice Lawyer as soon a you realize you have an injury. Dental Malpractice cases are often complex and require a lawyer with specific dental knowledge. Our Florida Dental Malpractice lawyers do not refer cases to other attorneys like many other firms we have the experience to evaluate and litgate your case until settlement. Often we accept and settle cases that were originally rejected by other attorneys that did not have our Florida Dental Malpractice experience.
Having the perspective of both a dentist and a lawyer we evaluate cases differently.
THIS FLORIDA DENTAL MALPRACTICE website is a free informative source provided by Dr. Stanley W. Lane, a DENTIST, MAXILLO FACIAL SURGEON who is also a lawyer with more than 20 years in dental malpractice claims.
Our Dental Malpractice lawyers provide relief from the following types of dental malpractice cases:
We handle cases on a contingency fee basis. We only charge a fee if we are successful in recovering a reward for you. Our fees are based on a percentage of any recovery we make for you. Our law firm has never charged clients for expenses unless it came out of a recovery that we obtained for the client. We welcome the opportunity to discuss your case with you, without any cost or obligation to you. Call us toll free at (800)-343-0244 or by emailing us by Clicking Here.
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Estate of Charles G. – Confidential Settlement
Mr. G was a 89 year old man who died after an Orlando dentist dropped a mini-wrench used to secure dental implants down his throat. The wrench become lodged into Mr. G’s lung, and he ultimately died after undergoing a lung resection. What made this case so outrageous is that the same dentist had dropped another dental tool down Mr. G’s throat 2 months earlier.