Responding to a Claim

If you receive legal documents indicating that a patient or former patient is suing you in relation to dental treatment provided by you or for the actions of one of your employees, contact PLP immediately in order to protect your rights.

The Claim/Legal Action Process

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PLP Advisors are here to help you respond to allegations of wrongdoing by patients or their representatives.

Use our guided Liability Assistance Tool to contact PLP.
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