Covid-19: Dentists seek legal action in fresh BI dispute

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The British Dental Association (BDA) has appointed law firm Brown Rudnick LLP to look at its members’ insurance policies after the “vast majority” of dentists’ business interruption claims were rejected.

The BDA stated yesterday (12 May) that is was directly taking urgent action to help members that had been “blindsided by a lack of effective insurance response”.

It explained that it is now working with grassroots BDA members who have organised on social media to gather relevant evidence on

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