Legal Scrutiny of Medical Negligence Malpractice vis-à-vis Liability

  • Aditya Das
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  • Aditya Das

    Student at NEF Law College, India

Abstract

Human life is the most valuable thing on earth, and it does not matter how much wealth one has, but one cannot acquire human life since the medical profession deals with human life, so it is one of the most novel profession. Nevertheless, not forgetting the other side of the coin, medical negligence and malpractice are also done by these medical practitioners, which result in loss of human life. As we move forward with innovations in the medical sector, the quality of life should evolve, but it is deteriorating day by day over the numerous years; there is a relatively more minor improvement because the negligence and malpractice done to fill the pockets had overshadowed the good. The professionals and the medical universities are also liable for poor health services because of old teaching methods. Mistakes happen by people, not forgetting doctors are human too, some incidents might happen out of misfortune. However, the health industry should work more upon improvement and curb down the graph of negligence and malpractice.

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International Journal of Law Managment and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 1373 - 1381

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.11625

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