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Aug 28 2001 (TRI)

Dinesh Kaushal and Others Vs. Dr. K.K. Khurana

Court : Union Territory Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission UT Chandigarh

Decided on : Aug-28-2001

..... . (3) cheroth suhara v. dr. k.k. subramonian and anr., 1995 (1) cpr 258, decided by state consumer disputes redressal commission kerala : thiruvananthapuram. (4) ramji lal v. m/s. sarvodaya medical, ii (1995) cpj 234 (nc)=1995 (1) cpr 833, decided by national consumer disputes redressal commission, new delhi. 14. coming to the case in hand, the complainants failed to establish that ..... illness suffered by the patient. 15. halsbury in his laws of england, dealt with the degree of skill and care required by a medical practitioner and observed as under : ??degree of skill and care required ??the practitioner must bring to his task a reasonable degree of skill and knowledge, and must exercise a reasonable degree of care. neither the very highest nor a very low ..... with a practice accepted as proper by a reasonable body of medical men skilled in that particular art although a body of adverse opinion also existed among medical men. ? (halsburys laws of england, volume 26, at page 17 which has been quoted in para ..... degree of care and competence judged in the light of the particular circumstances of each case, is what the law requires : a person is not liable in negligence because someone else of better skill and knowledge would have prescribed different treatment or operated in a different way; nor is he guilty of negligence if he has acted in accordance .....

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Aug 27 2001 (TRI)

Devendra Kumar Sharma and Others Vs. Post Graduate Institute of Medica ...

Court : Union Territory Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission UT Chandigarh

Decided on : Aug-27-2001

..... rendered free of charge to other persons availing such services would fall within the ambit of the expression `service as defined in section 2(1)(o) of the act irrespective of the fact that the service is rendered free of charge to persons who do not pay for such service. free ..... not be established. the case of the opposite parties as set out in the written statement is that the patient was given the highest degree of care and both operations were well-planned. the patient had no complications after the first operation. the aneurysm was successfully clipped and ..... shri devendra kumar sharma, shri anand sharma and miss aekta sharma have prayed for issuance of a direction to the opposite parties - post graduate institute of medical education and research centre, chandigarh though its director, dr. v.k. khosla, professor and head of neuro surgery department, p.g.i., chandigarh and ..... surgery department, pgimer, chandigarh and of the affidavit of opposite party no. 3 - dr. gauri joshi, senior lecturer, department of neuro surgery, government medical college, sector 32, chandigarh who at the time of this case was senior resident in neuro surgery, ward 3-a, pgimer, chandigarh. the opposite parties ..... not directly caused by the brain operation done on the patient. it is alleged that such chest infections are known to occur under different medical conditions and after different kinds of surgical operations. it was contended that since the husband of the deceased - smt. indrawati sharma refused to .....

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Jun 20 2001 (TRI)

Meena Devi and Another Vs. Union of India and Others

Court : Union Territory Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission UT Chandigarh

Decided on : Jun-20-2001

..... preliminary objections raised by the respondents, it will be useful to first refer to the definition of the ??consumer and ??service as defined under sections 2(1)(d)(ii) and 2(1)(o) of the c.p. act. section 2(1)(d)(ii) of the c.p. act, inter alia, provides as under : ??2(1)(d)(ii). [hires or avails of] any services for a consideration which has been paid or ..... contribution deducted from the wages of sh. brajesh prasad is for medical facilities minus family planning services. family planning services are provided free of cost to the population. they have not to pay for that. therefore, they do not fall within the ambit of section 2(1)(o) of the consumer protection act, 1986. 2. health department, chandigarh admn. has always provided quality services to ..... were specifically hired for performing the laparoscopic tubaligation (l.t.) operation for tubectomy and that while rendering such hired services, the respondents were either deficient in rendering service or were medically negligent in order to be saddled with liability to pay compensation to the complainants. the camp was organized on 31.3.1994 in the p.h.c., at manimajra where ..... and this aspect of the operation was fully explained to the complainants/appellants. they also took the plea that the unwanted pregnancy could be got terminated under the provisions of medical termination of pregnancy but the appellant no. 1 - smt. meena devi did not choose to do so. the respondent no. 3 in particular took the plea that the jurisdiction .....

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Jan 24 2001 (TRI)

Yoginder Beri Vs. Grover Eye and E.N.T. Hospital and Others

Court : Union Territory Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission UT Chandigarh

Decided on : Jan-24-2001

..... the complainant mr. yoginder beri. at this place, it may be useful to refer though at the cost of repetition that the complainant had a definite improvement, even according to his own statement in the vision in his right eye and he was able to read the top four lines of the ..... by the said party. 18. before proceeding to consider the case of the complainant regarding deficiency in service on part of opposite party no. 2 and medical negligence on his part as the factor responsible for the persistent trouble in the eye of the complainant mr. yoginder beri, it would be useful ..... consulted after his operation gave any opinion in writing about the operation conducted by dr. rohit grover being deficient or that dr. rohit grover was medically negligent in performing the operation and in the implantation of the intra-ocular lens. now since the complainant himself could not contradict the fact that ..... he may consult another eye surgeon and have second opinion. i suggested him the name of dr. dada, head of the department, all india institute of medical sciences (a.i.i.m.s.)... ? 20. the complainant mr. yoginder beri was cross-examined with reference to his affidavit dated 15.7.1999. ..... para no. 4 of the preliminary objections as under : ??hence the entire treatment given to the complainant by the respondents was in accordance with the latest medical science and the complainant has improved from the stage he was before operation. ? 11. on merits, the averments made in the complaint were replied to. .....

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Jul 16 2001 (TRI)

Life Insurance Corporation of India Vs. Smt. ParsIn Kaur

Court : Union Territory Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission UT Chandigarh

Decided on : Jul-16-2001

..... notice of the complaint was sent to the appellant who appeared and filed written statement defending the repudiation of the claim under the insurance policy aforesaid. 2. the district forum-i held that there was evidence placed on record to show that shri jarnail singh was having a good health and he never made ..... short hereinafter referred to as the district forum-i], which is impugned under this appeal and was delivered in complaint case no. 975 of 1995 decided on 9.2.2001. shri jarnail singh, the deceased husband of the complainant/respondent smt. parsin kaur had obtained two l.i.c. policies on his life for rs. ..... under : ??12. coming to the question of scope of repudiation of claim of the insured or nominee by the corporation, the provision of section 45 of the insurance act is of relevance in the matter. the section provides, inter alia, that no policy of the life insurance effected after the coming into force of this ..... with proof of age of the insured, is not relevant for the purpose of the present proceeding. on a fair reading of the section it is clear that it is restrictive in nature. it lays down three conditions for applicability of the second part of the ..... act shall, after expiry of two years from the date on which it was effected, be called in question by an insurer on the ground that a statement made in the proposal for insurance or in any report of a medical .....

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