“The shield of accidental insurance in the shape of the accident on duty were meant to reassure a health worker that the government stood by him and his family members in the time of the dire crisis.”
“Right to recover the compensation will also be available to the Insurance Company where the offending vehicle is being operated at the time of the accident at a place for which it does not have a valid Permit.”
“Many believe that bodies, without life, are dispensable repositories of the soul, but when alive, it carries a soul; the part of a whole, which exists in every living being.”
“The liability of the Insurance Company will be restricted to that arising under the Workmen Compensation Act, 1923 and the owner will be liable to satisfy the remaining part of the award.”
“The (buzz) word is that Mosquitoes are simply everywhere — in pools, parks, movie theatres and convention centres — pests! Perhaps the time has finally come to use cannons to kill mosquitoes.”
Strange state of affairs; Neither investigating authority prepared rough map nor Trial Court took pain in recording correct directions for want of evidence
The Manipur High Court held that the appropriate multiplier for deceased, aged 35 years should be 16 in place of 17 for calculation of compensation in cases under Motor Vehicles Act, 1988.
In the instant matter the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission had to determine whether the complainant's JCB machine had fallen down or overturned for the purposes of an insurance claim
The Government of Jammu & Kashmir is committed to make the Yatra, environment friendly and is bound to always comply with the environmental norms and is committed to ensure that such disasters are never repeated in future.
Allahabad High Court: In an application filed under Section 439, Criminal Procedure Code seeking bail in FIR No. 317 of 2022, registered
Bombay High Court: In a case filed by the mother of a 9-year-old minor boy, seeking quashing of the FIR
Bombay High Court : In an appeal filed against the judgment and award dated 20-11-2009 passed by the Motor Accident
A person who comes from a village looking for a job, boards a passenger train holding a valid journey ticket, alights from the train and is trying to exit the Railway Station in the absence of overbridge being forced to walk along the tracks and gets hit by another train and dies, cannot be said to be intentionally careless or negligent.
Bombay High Court: In a petition filed by petitioner-wife praying for quashing and setting aside the impugned communication dated 18-03-2019
Madhya Pradesh High Court: Sanjay Dwivedi, J. dismissed a revision petition filed questioning the validity of the order passed by the Sessions
Tripura High Court: Arindam Lodh, J. allowed a writ petition issuing directions to the Tripura State Electricity Corporation Limited to pay all
“The speed limits on most of our roads are in the vicinity of 70 to 90 km. But many of them cannot even handle traffic that moves over 20 or 30 km. This is compounded when it rains and when the potholes are not visible, as in the case of the hapless victim we are dealing with.”
Madras High Court– G Chandrasekharan, J. ordered further investigation into the case where a man died under suspicious circumstances and alleged negligence
Delhi High Court: Manoj Kumar Ohri J. dismissed the petition as the employer-employee relationship was established by a witness before the court
Bombay High Court: S.G. Mehare, J. allowed an appeal against the order passed by the Commissioner for Workmen’s Compensation and Judge Labour