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Masters in Medical Negligence Law

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We are a boutique law firm specialising primarily in Medical/Clinical Negligence/ Malpractice Law.  What distinguishes us from other law firms offering similar services is that our attorneys have experience in the medical field allowing them an improved understanding and knowledge of the facts of each case, medical terminology and the ability to read and understand the hospital and medical records in order to succinctly brief the requisite experts.  Collectively, our attorneys have in excess of 25 years experience in medical negligence litigation.

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Medical Negligence

Medical Negligence, sometimes called Medical Malpractice or Clinical Negligence (depending on which country you are in) all relate to a legal cause of action when a health care practitioner or hospital (their employees) strays from the reasonable standards in their profession, causing injury or harm to the patient.

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The NHI Bill released last week indicated that multidisciplinary teams at primary care level as opposed to individuals rendering service on a capitation basis would be preferred under the new funding system. But, as pointed out from the floor during the weekend?s KZNDHC Conference in Durban, the Health Professions Council of SA (HPCSA) has a ?
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Mediation in medical negligence cases has the potential not only to reduce the exorbitant legal costs of litigation against medical professionals in South Africa, but also to ensure that patients who have suffered damages as a result of medical negligence are fairly and timeously compensated, while encouraging education to curb incidences from happening again. However, ?

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