The Commission stated that the treating doctor is the best judge in a case where multiple options/ tests are available in respect of a particular ailment.
“Complainant had levelled the very serious allegations vis-a-vis the quality of the cake, and that too on the same day when the cake was consumed. Thus, a heavy duty was cast upon the bakers, who claimed themselves to be equipped with appropriate laboratory facility, to get the sample of the cake tested”.
The Commission was deciding a case where the complainant (who was a medical professional himself) had accused the opposite parties of medical negligence after his son died due to cardiac arrest after getting operated for disfigurement of eye.
The Commission found that the management of Galleria Cinemas was negligent for not ensuring proper hygienic conditions for their viewers.
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The Commission observed that Malayalis have sentimental attachment towards ‘Thiruonam Sadya’; therefore, waiting for a long time and eventually not getting the ‘Sadya’ can be quite frustrating.
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