Muscovite sued two dentistry for dental treatment on credit
The man achieved compensation of 1,200,000 rubles for imposed medical services.
Anatoly Sitnikov turned to the Azbuka Dentistry and Marimed clinics on Pyatnitskaya Street. During the visit, they began to offer him additional services, which he could not refuse immediately. He did not have money to pay, then a way out of the situation was offered – to take loans from banks.
Arriving home, Anatoly realized that in dentistry he was “psychologically pressured”. He began to call the clinics and ask to cancel everything, but was refused. Then the patient went to court and the Moscow Rospotrebnadzor. Sitnikov demanded that money be returned to him for services that were not performed, interest on loans and moral compensation. The court sided with Anatoly, now the capital’s dentistry will be required to pay the man full compensation, which is twice as much as what he originally requested in the pre-trial order.