In the field of health law, a legal assistance is provided to a wide range of health sector including those who serve to the sector or get service from the sector such as hospitals, clinics, treatment centres, medical centres, imaging centres, weight-loss camps, aesthetics centres, pharmaceutical and food supplement companies, imaging equipment and health equipment manufacturing and trading companies, insurance companies, doctors and other health sector employees, patients or the relatives of the patients within the scope of their own legal needs.
Why do we have Health Malpractice Law?
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights needs to be directed. Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights provides that “Everyone has the right to live”. However, in Article 25 of the same declaration, the right to health has been accepted and applied as a fundamental human right. In this context, health law constitutes a branch of law that protects the rights of patients and physicians, as well as guides the management of this relationship in parallel with the fundamental rights of the individual.
What are we doing?
2.1-) Case for Compensation of Pecuniary and Non-Pecuniary Damages Against the Administration Due To Malpractice (Full Remedy Action)
2.2-) Case for Compensation of Pecuniary and Non-Pecuniary Damages Against Special Hospital Due to Malpractice
2.3-) Case for Compensation of Pecuniary and Non-Pecuniary Damages Against Physician
2.4-) Criminal Investigation Due to Malpractice
2.5-) Complaint to The Provincial Health Directorate Due to Malpractice
2.6-) Complaint of Disciplinary Investigation to Chamber of Medicine Due to Malpractice