Moving ahead, negligence is regarded as a violation of a legal responsibility of care due to an individual by other that leads to harm being suffered to that individual. Clinical or medical negligence is related to assertions against healthcare professionals or doctors and their managers. So as to be successful in a claim, the person claiming must prove that the doctor or any other healthcare expert owed a responsibility to look after the patient and not bring about any type of injury; there was an infringement of that obligation to take care; that infringement of responsibility has resulted in injury to the person and lastly, harm or any other fatalities have occurred due to that injury. Moreover, it is very essential to prove that whatever the medical professional performed or didn’t perform was below the level of a sensibly knowledgeable doctor in that specific sphere of medicine. Further, taking into account the above discussion this particular paper attempts to explore the advantages and limitations of negligence rules in the medical negligence area.
Advantages of Negligence rules
The rules or policies of medical negligence make possible disputes among health care providers and the patients involving concerns associated with the quality of health care facilities or services to be solved by means of negotiation or through court (McDonald, 2010).