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Husband of Melbourne woman who killed three children in murder-suicide sues doctor and hospital for negligence

Husband of Melbourne woman who killed three children in murder-suicide sues doctor and hospital for negligence
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The husband of a Melbourne mother who killed their three children in a murder-suicide is suing his wife’s doctor and hospital.

Katica Perinovic, 42, killed her three children – Claire, 7, Anna, 5, and Matthew, 3 — before taking her own life during a psychotic episode at their Tullamarine home on January 14, 2021.

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Her husband Tomislav Perinovic had gone out to buy a TV, and returned home to find his family dead.

He has now launched a lawsuit against his wife’s doctor Abid-Ur Rahman and Melbourne Health, which provides mental health services under the name NorthWestern Mental Health.

Perinovic has suffered “severe psychiatric injury” due to the deaths of his children and wife, according to the documents filed in the Supreme Court on December 7.

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According to the documents, Perinovic was treated by Rahman and at the hospital between November 9, 2020 and January 14, 2021 — the day of the incident.

The lawsuit alleges Tomislav’s injures were caused by the negligence of Rahman and NorthWestern Mental Health in treating and managing Katica’s mental health.

A 2022 inquest into the tragedy found that in the weeks before the event, friends and family had noticed a decline in Katica’s mental health.

She had appeared paranoid and anxious, and had abruptly quit her job as a physiotherapist at the clinic at which she had worked for 16 years.

Katie and Tomislav Perinovic and their children Claire, Anna and Matthew.
Credit: 7NEWSKatica Perinovic and her children Claire, Anna and Matthew. Credit: 7NEWS

Three days before the incident, Katica missed a scheduled psychiatrist appointment because she had taken her kids to the pool.

Coroner Audrey Jamieson said in her findings that Katica had suffered a first episode psychosis.

She had been prescribed an antipsychotic drug used to treat schizophrenia but had not been compliant in taking the medication in the lead up to the incident.

Jamieson said the mental health treatment provided to Katica was “suboptimal” and that there were “missed opportunities to intervene” before her death.

However she did not directly link the deaths to the care she received.

There was no causal link between Perinovic’s actions and treatment at NWMH or by her treating doctor, the coroner said.

“However, I find that there were missed opportunities to intervene in the course of events preceding and leading to (their deaths),” she said

Arnold Thomas and Becker managing partner Lee Flanagan, who issued the proceedings, said the event had been a “traumatic experience” for Tomislav.

“Our investigations will seek to determine whether the two defendants had been negligent in the treatment and management of the wife’s mental health,” he said.

If you need help in a crisis, call Lifeline on 13 11 14. For further information about depression contact beyondblue on 1300224636 or talk to your GP, local health professional or someone you trust.

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