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Chain of Dental Clinics to Pay Patients $2 Million


ImmediaDent of Indiana, a group of dental clinics located throughout Indiana, will pay $2 million to patients who paid for services they never received in an agreement brokered by the state’s Attorney General Todd Rokita. The chain of clinics abruptly shut down in March 2020, leaving more than 22,000 patients who had already paid for future treatments out in the cold. Many patients filed complaints with the Attorney General’s office, which inspired the state to investigate and reach a settlement. Click here to read more.

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