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With high-risk medical procedures (e.g. obstetrics, gynaecology and anaesthesia) and broad duty of care – it’s little surprise that hospitals are often subject to medical negligence claims.
Where a hospital treats a patient in casualty or admits a patient, the hospital has a duty-of-care and is regarded as making an undertaking to the patient that it will take reasonable care to provide for all the patient’s medical needs.
In medical negligence claims, a hospital is unable to avoid liability by saying it delegated its duty of care to a health professional. This duty of care for hospitals is the same irrespective of facilities, funding and level of staff.
If you believe you have been the victim of medical negligence at a hospital – then you’re in the right place. Here you’ll find practical advice on making a claim, easy to understand legal summaries and the latest news on medical negligence within Australia’s hospitals.
Once you have a good basic understanding, it’s recommended that you get a free preliminary assessment of your situation and advise if you should proceed with a claim for medical negligence.
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