Vol , Issue Date of Publication: July 01, 1996

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Giving opinions in medicolegal cases

Yash Lokhandwala
This situation has become more frequent of late since the consumer courts usually insist that the complainant brings a medical expert's opinion to support the case or else face dismissal of the complaint. This is ostensibly done to reduce the number of frivolous complaints which would otherwise drown an already overburdened and under-equipped consumer court machinery.

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