In 2013, the Supreme Court in its landmark judgement awarded Rs 11 crore medical compensation to Dr Kunal Saha, a US-based Indian doctor, who lost his wife Dr Anuradha Saha due to medical negligence in 1998. And now the Indian Medical Association wants a cap on compensation to victims of medical negligence. On We The People, we debate how do you 'compensate' when medical negligence takes a life? Yet doctors want a maximum limit. We ask is it fair or self-serving?