Personal injury is the area of the law concerning victim of an accident or other incident where a victim suffered losses because of someone’s carelessness. The law provides remedies to, inter alia, victim of the accident (including his estate) and/or dependent of a victim for losses suffered by the victim.
We handle all aspects of claims in relation to personal injuries.
- Represented a listed company to oppose a claim of personal injury initiated by son of a deceased employee
- Represented a listed company to oppose a claim of personal injury initiated by dependent of a deceased employee
- Medical Negligence
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Occupier’s Liability
- Product Liability
- Workplace Injury
Review & Testimonial
- “MWKA arranged for us to have a consultation with a doctor for his expert opinion. We obtained professional advice from the expert doctor and MWKA’s lawyers Jasmine Wong and Carolyn Ng. The team was quick, responsive and alerted me to all of the highlighted issues. Even though my case involves new medical issues, the team did their best to listen and come out with the best possible solution. Thumbs up!!! Highly recommended 👌🏻” – Bashir, Kuala Lumpur
- “I am very pleased with the services provided by MahWengKwai & Associates. Jasmine & Kar Men assisted me efficiently throughout the way. Everything was professionally conducted. My case was settled amicably and I am very pleased with the outcome. Thank you MWKA!” – Dr FA, Kota Bharu
Related Articles and Updates
Prior to 29/12/06 the test for medical negligence accepted by the Courts in Malaysia was generally known as the Bolam Test or the Bolam Principle. This test was applied to determine the doctor’s standard of care in relation to the treatment and information given to the patient. However, the Federal Court on 29/12/06 in its judgment in the case of Foo Fio Na v Dr. Soo Fook Mun & Anor  1 MLJ 593 declared inter alia, that the Bolam Test is no longer applicable. The question of law which was posed for the determination of the Federal Court was whether the Bolam Test in the area of medical negligence should apply in relation to all aspects of medical negligence. The Federal Court answered the question in the negative.