Haai there actually I want to open the c...

Asked by Mlungisi@ on 08-09-2016 13:16:13
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 300.00

Haai there actually I want to open the case against Hospital. I was doing operation earlier this year on the 07 April, my testis was swollen so the Hospital decide to to cut the testis because they thought I have cancer then I done operation. When the results come back from Laboratory confirm that I have TB not cancer but the damage was done already as I have done the Left orchidectomy .so now I might have not children anymore. So I want to open case against Hospital to pay for damages they done to me.

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