Online doctors opinion in medical negligence case
Can I produce online doctor’s opinion from a medical website in medical negligence case pertaining to the procedure to be followed before going for an operation? Is there any precedence wherein the NCDRC or Supreme Court has accepted online doctor’s ... Read More
Can I produce online doctor’s opinion from a medical website in medical negligence case pertaining to the procedure to be followed before going for an operation? Is there any precedence wherein the NCDRC or Supreme Court has accepted online doctor’s opinion as evidence?
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Online legal consultation is where the patient describes his symptoms and the doctor will suggest him with medication and treatments without actually examining the patient. This kind of services poses a lot of risks because symptoms cannot always define the treatment required for a certain patient. Online medical consultation is completely legal in India and doesn't by itself constitute medical negligence. Subject to some conditions, however, a lot of times doctors too refrain from suggesting a medicine online without examining the patient physically. Doctors having experience and medical expertise are the ones usually tied up with online forums.
For your case, you must hire the best Medical Negligence Advocates in India to help you with the legality of your situation and also the admissibility of the doctor’s advice as an evidence in the court of law. You should have the records of the advice given online as well as the evidence of medical negligence. Both the doctors must have a considerate amount of practice for them to make the comments in any medical situation.
In any case of medical negligence, you must hire the best Medical Negligence Lawyers in India.
Answered on 28 Sep 2018
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