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Fighting medical negligence

R G Raheja


I am writing this for the information of those who plan to file or who have just filed medical negligence cases. You have a chance of winning if there is direct evidence in your favour: if a forceps was left inside the operated patient, the wrong part removed, the wrong blood group given, and so on. In the absence of such direct evidence, you have to prove the doctors’ negligence. This will be an uphill task with almost no chance of winning.

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