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Moradzadeh H, Salar Karimi H. Tort of treatment system in reflection of verdicts of judicial authorities and professional commission of legal medicine. MLJ 2014; 8 (28) :43-75
URL: http://ijmedicallaw.ir/article-1-205-en.html

Nowadays, one of the important problems of law is tort of treatment system which civil law and tort of 1339 are quiet towards it. whereas, respect to patient and defence of human rights at the time of sickness and medical urgencies, has been known as the charter of patient rights without paying attention to age , gender and financial discrimination. Contemporary, if any fail in service or any mistake in planning or implementation causes unintentional consequence and damages, undoubtedly such an action is not appropriate to the patients’ expectation. Unfortunately Regarding to medical damages' increase, the Iranian law system has never been an appropriate responder for compensation of damages. And concerning this point that in Iran's law in which no specific law has been enacted in the context of medical liabilities except some limited provisions in Islamic Penal Code adapted from jurisprudence, and the action of tort is solved based on traditional principles of tort. So it is tried to clarify the necessity of change in medical‌ tort system and make special regulations in Iran's law and creation of a special system for compensation of‌ damages resulted of medical incidents in addition‌ to study a sample of verdicts of courts and professional commissions of medicine.

Type of Study: Review Article |
Received: 2013/07/14 | Accepted: 2014/04/7

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