Medical malpractice has always been a significant concern to many countries in the world. In the US alone, medical malpractice leads to 250,000 deaths every year. While Thailand enjoys a relatively commendable healthcare system, boasting low-cost, high-quality treatments, state-of-the-art facilities, and top-notch doctors, we can never rule out medical malpractice altogether.

In fact, the country’s medical practitioners have been facing the threat of lawsuits more than ever. This might be due, in part, to the increasing awareness and resources on the part of patients, often helped by the legal system that gives an avenue for such complaints.

Thai courts allow medical malpractice claims to be filed. The term covers the act or omission of medical practitioners that caused injury or death to a patient. Unskilled,…



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