Court Ordered An Insurance Company To Pay KD 10,000 As Blood Money Along With KD 59,000 To A Citizen
Category: Crime News

The Court of First Instance has ordered a local insurance company to pay KD 10,000 as blood money along with KD 59,000 to a Kuwaiti citizen and his family for the death of his son. Lawyer Yousef Al-Delmani, on behalf of the citizen and his family, sued the insurance company for a vehicle, which is insured by the company and was involved in an accident that resulted in the death of his client’s son and serious injuries to the driver of the insured vehicle. Since a decision to reserve the investigations was issued following the death of the driver of the vehicle, Al-Delmani affirmed that his clients deserve to receive blood money as well as compensation for the moral damages they sustained due to the loss of a family member and for the multiple injuries to a citizen which resulted in 65 percent disability and loss of his job. In its verdict, the court ordered the insurance company to pay KD 10,000 as blood money, KD 30,000 as compensation for moral damages, and KD 29,000 as compensation for moral damages caused to the first claimant, the citizen.



13 Mar, 2018 0 2004
Posted Comments
Kuwait Local News
Kuwait News
Crime News
Crime News
New Rules Entertainment