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Compensation for
Dental Injuries

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Have you suffered broken teeth from a cycling accident?

Our teeth are one of the most important elements of our bodies and they are responsible for ensuring that we are able to cut through food so that it can be easily digested and turned into energy. If we suffer dental injuries as the result of a cycling accident then this process can be disrupted and it can lead to difficulties arising within the victim’s lifestyle.

Dental injuries during cycling accidents usually occur as the result of an impact with the ground or another vehicle and as a result they are usually quite severe. As dental injuries are something which can have a profound, lifelong impact they are not something that should be taken lightly and as a result, if you have been injured through the negligence of another person in this way, then you could make a claim for compensation.


What types of compensation can my dental claim include?

  • Dental costs – going to the dentist can be expensive and if you require dental surgery as a result of negligence on behalf of another person, then you could be eligible to make a compensation claim to cover any costs that you incur
  • Loss of income – if you are unable to work as a result of any dental injuries that you have incurred from a cycling accident then you may be eligible to make a claim for compensation to cover any loss of income that you have incurred
  • Damages – in addition to dental costs you may also be eligible to make a claim for any pain and suffering that you have incurred throughout your injury.

What are some dental injuries that I could suffer from?

When it comes to cycling accidents, the sheer force of impact with the ground can lead to a number of dental injuries, some which you might make a claim for include:

  • Loss of a tooth which may have been knocked out on impact
  • A tooth fracture which can often be more painful that the loss of a tooth and may require immediate dental treatment
  • A chipped tooth which may include the loss of half or more of the existing tooth
  • A displaced tooth which may have moved or been pushed into or pulled out of the gum as the result of impact.

Who could I make a claim against for compensation of dental injuries?

Compensation claims can be made against anyone who you feel has been negligent towards you. In this situation it could be a council or private property owner if your injuries were the result of poor road or cycle path maintenance on their behalf. In addition if you were involved in an accident with another vehicle it could be another road user who you may claim against if their negligence has led to your injury.

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