Legal Civil Liability of the Forensic Medicine as a Judicial Expert from a Jurisprudential Perspective
Keywords:Forensic Medicine, Legal Expert, Civil Liability, Contractual Liability, Tort Liability. Causation, Damages, Breach.
This study dealt with the long-term liability of the forensic medicine expert as a judicial expert. This study
clarifies the concept of civil liability for the judicial expert, the forensic medicine, for the implementation of
it is expertise, through introducing the judicial expert to the forensic medicine, and what is the nature and
types of this liability, then the study also addressed elements of the civil liability of the forensic medicine.
The study concluded that the civil liability of the expert is a tort liability, provided that the elements of this
civil liability arising from the breach and the occurrence of damage, and the existence of causation where the
strength of this liability is the damage resulting from the expert’s evacuation of the obligations incumbent
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