A lawsuit filed to fine a driver 30,000 dirhams due to his failure to adhere to some traffic rules
A resident of Gulf nationality filed a lawsuit against a driver to fine him 30,000 dirhams in compensation for her failure to adhere to some traffic rules while driving, which caused her to suffer psychological damage.
A lawsuit has been filed against a driver in order to punish him 30,000 dirhams because he violated a number of traffic rules.
A citizen of the Gulf with Gulf nationality has launched a lawsuit against a driver in an effort to have him fined 30,000 dirhams and compensate her for the psychological damage she sustained as a result of her inability to comply to certain traffic rules while she was driving.
A Gulf woman demands 30,000 dirhams in compensation for psychological damage from a driver
A woman from the Gulf region is seeking 30,000 dirhams in compensation from the motorist who caused her psychological harm,(A Gulf) filed a lawsuit before the Ras Al Khaimah Civil Court of First Instance, demanding compensation of 30,000 dirhams for moral, psychological, and material damages she suffered as a result of the defendant (driver) not adhering to traffic rules, and requiring him to pay expenses, fees, and attorney's fees. She suffered these damages as a result of the defendant's (driver) failure to adhere to traffic rules. As a result, the judge determined that the civil complaint should be dismissed. mainly due to the fact that the plaintiff did not produce any proof to support her claim that she sustained material damage to either her vehicle or her body.
Abu Dhabi Court determines the penalty for a driver who does not adhere to traffic rules
The punishment that will be given to a driver who violates the laws of the road will be decided by the Abu Dhabi Court, The Public Prosecution had referred the accused to the Penal Court, on allegations of not following to road signs and driving his vehicle in a way that put his life and the lives of others in danger. The Abu Dhabi Court is responsible for determining the appropriate punishment for a driver who violates traffic regulations. The judgement that he should pay a fine of one thousand dirhams for the charge that was brought against him was handed down by the Penal Court, and the ruling became final because he did not contest it on appeal. The defendant went into further detail. She began bleeding while she was in the second month of her pregnancy as a direct result of the occurrence, which led her to suffer emotional, mental, and psychological harm. The ruling of a civil court of first instance stated that the Public Prosecution referred the defendant to court on charges of not adhering to traffic signs, rules and etiquette established to regulate traffic and traffic, and driving his vehicle in a way that endangered both his life and the lives of others, and that the Penal Court ruled to fine him 1,000 dirhams, and no appeal was filed by the defendant. The ruling also stated that there was no appeal filed by the defendant. The ruling on appeal, and therefore the ruling itself, has become final and final, and she added that the final criminal ruling has authority that the civil court is bound by, as it is a chapter in the common issue between the criminal and civil lawsuits, and that what is established for the plaintiff court did not provide evidence that it was exposed to material damage to its vehicle, or physical damage if proven. the ruling on appeal, and therefore the ruling itself, has become final and final. The occurrence is based on inferences and when questioned through investigations, and it is established in the judicial system that it does not provide compensation unless all three of the essential components—error, damage, and a causal relationship—are present together.