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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 6236-6240

Legal Hurdles In Measuring Degree Of Negligence: Whether Evidence Is A Base Or Evidence Is A Burden

Dr. Namita Jain, Mrs. Akshita Agarwal.


Medical negligence is a punishable offence under several laws. The laws and acts under which suffering party can seek legal remedies are: Consumer Protection Act, Criminal Law, Law of Tort and Contract Act.
In this paper, the following points will be studied and examined:
- Challenges and difficulties faced by the suffering party in giving evidence in order to prove a case of medical negligence.
- Suggestions to overcome the challenges faced by the suffering party.

Key words: - Challenges ,difficulties ,medical negligence.

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