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Who do you think is responsible for this and why?
How do you think the filling may have actually affected your memory, in what way has that happened?
Whilst I do not doubt what you are saying, from a legal perspective this will be extremely hard to pursue. At present you have very limited evidence to back up what you are claiming. You had a filling replaced, it was replaced with a material used commonly in fillings, so nothing untoward, and there is as yet no physical link between that and the side effects you are claiming to have suffered. This is your opinion but legally you would need evidence, more than just an opinion. So you need to find a physical and scientific link between the new filling and the memory issues you have experienced since having that filling. You then also need to fond evidence linking a person with this deliberate ploy and whilst you have suspicions as to who that is, you would need evidence, not just your own opinion. So these will be your biggest stumbling blocks, I just do not see this being an easy matter to take forward at all. Whatever you believe you cannot take it further without the required evidence so you would have to try and obtain that before you even start entertaining the idea of taking any sort of legal action.
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There is absolutely no guarantee that the symptoms are caused by the filling - just because it happened at the same time doe snot mean that t is the cause - it could very much be a coincidence and as you can appreciate that is still a possibility. So unless you have some physical or scientific evidence to link the two, it would be difficult to pursue this further. To be perfectly honest I am not sure who can help you with this. Most solicitors will probably not take this on just based on your interpretation of the situation so in reality you need to see someone who can provide you with the physical evidence to link the filling to what you have experienced. That is more a scientific/medical type of person rather than a legal on. Only then can you consider going down the legal route. Does this clarify?
as mentioned this is not a legal issue st yet because you simply have zero proof to link the filling to what the symptoms are - just your claim that they are linked but that will in no way be sufficient. So that is why you need the physical/scientific proof first before you can even consider taking this any further
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