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Article Driver jailed for negligence
By: SHAFFIQ ALKHATIB,   The New Paper  (NEWS)  23/11/2016
He didn't notice woman as he turned, knocked her down & killed her ashaffiq@sph.com.sg He hit and killed a pedestrian while driving a minibus. But driver Ong Seng Thiam, now 56, was not aware of the accident at first. He only realised he had hit Vietnamese national Do Thi Kim Chi (below),   (423 words)
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Article Worker jailed for negligence
By: SHAFFIQ ALKHATIB,   The New Paper  (NEWS)  08/04/2015
Forklift driver's negligence caused metal pipes to smash through upper deck windscreen of bus, injuring 4 passengers ashaffiq@sph.com.sg He was sitting on the upper deck of a double-decker SBS bus when metal pipes suddenly smashed through the windscreen, hitting him in the face. Indian national Saravanasamy Senthilnathan, 29, broke   (608 words)
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Article TTSH denies alleged negligence
By: K.C. VIJAYAN,   The Straits Times  (HOME)  06/09/2015
later by TTSH that tissues obtained during surgery showed he did not have thyroid cancer. Mr Balasundaram is seeking damages in the High Court from TTSH, claiming alleged negligence. High Court claims start at $250,000. He alleged in court papers filed by his lawyer S. Palaniappan that the hospital failed to advise him adequately about treatment   (571 words)
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Article NUH sued for 'negligence' in childbirth
By: K.C. VIJAYAN,   ???ME???  (FRONT PAGE)  18/06/2015
wife has been in a semi-vegetative state since giving birth to their son three years ago is suing the National University Hospital (NUH) and a senior consultant for alleged negligence. Singaporean Chandru Vishindas, 35, is seeking damages, claiming both breached their duty of care to Pooja Baharani Gansham during the delivery, which led to her current   (666 words)
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Article Driver fined, banned for negligence
By: RONALD LOH,   The New Paper  (NEWS)  21/09/2016
A driver was fined $2,400 and banned from driving for a year for hitting a 78-year-old pedestrian who suffered three fractures as a result. Yesterday, Lim Bee Tin, 61, was convicted of negligently endangering human life on Sept 3 last year. Lim was driving along Mei Chin Road towards Stirling   (314 words)
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Article His negligence led to grandma's death
By: LINETTE HENG,   The New Paper  (NEWS)  01/03/2016
was trapped in the car, but escaped with minor injuries. Yesterday, Heng pleaded guilty and was fined $4,000 and banned from driving for four years for causing death by negligence. Two other charges — causing grievous hurt to his brother and failing to ensure his rear seat passenger was belted up — were taken in to consideration. Deputy Public   (605 words)
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Article Surgeon in court to face second negligence suit
By: SELINA LUM,   The Straits Times  (HOME)  15/01/2016
Doctor sued by widower over post-operative care of his wife who died after surgery A surgeon awaiting the outcome of a negligence suit brought against him by a prominent businessman is now fighting a similar case involving another wealthy Malaysian. Dr London Lucien Ooi was accused in the High Court yesterday of being negligent in his post-operative   (535 words)
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Article Court throws out woman's negligence claim against doc
By: SELINA LUM,   The Straits Times  (HOME)  20/09/2016
MRT station instead of looking for a lift or escalator. Yesterday, Madam Rathanamalah Shunmugam, a financial services director at an insurance company, lost her medical negligence suit in the High Court. She sought at least $2 million for medical expenses incurred, future medical expenses, income losses suffered and future income losses. Madam   (526 words)
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Article Parents allege negligence in suit over daughter's death
By: K.C. VIJAYAN,   The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  06/07/2015
bleeding in the brain and died three days later despite undergoing surgery. Now, the family is suing the NSC, Healthway Medical Corporation and two doctors, alleging negligence and seeking damages. All the defendants have denied the claims in court papers filed, saying that the procedures in dealing with the girl's case were proper. At issue   (1054 words)
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Article Smoke-grenade case: Duo convicted of negligence
By: JERMYN CHOW,   The Straits Times  (HOME)  08/03/2016
NSF's fatal allergic reaction 2 officers found guilty in 2013; Eng Hen says Mindef should waive legal costs for lawsuit Jermyn Chow Defence Correspondent Two Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) officers were convicted for being negligent during a 2012 training exercise, in which full-time national   (927 words)
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