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Hope On The Horizon

The SC brings solace to those seeking redressal in medical cases

Hope On The Horizon
Hope On The Horizon
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  • J.S. Jadav vs Dr Anand Pandit and Dr Aruna Saghvi, Manorama Ogale Memorial Hospital and Prayag Hospital, both in Pune. Filed on December 12, 1995 after his 15-year-old son Vishal died following fever and vomit -ing on November 10. Claim: Rs 1.5 crore.

  • Aruna Trikha vs Sehra Medical Centre and Dr Devender Sehra, Delhi. Filed in 1992 for loss of vision following wrong diagnosis and treatment. Claim: Rs 46.29 lakh.
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