Obliging a company to pay 200 thousand dirhams in compensation to an employee
Hours ago, the Abu Dhabi Court issued a judicial ruling requiring the payment of 200,000 dirhams in compensation to an employee after he was involved in an accident while working.
An employee must be compensated two hundred thousand dirhams, as ordered by the Abu Dhabi Court.
A few hours ago, the Abu Dhabi Court rendered a judicial decision mandating the restitution of 200,000 dirhams to an employee who was injured on the job.
Abu Dhabi Court obligates the police to pay compensation of 200 thousand dirhams to an employee
The Abu Dhabi Court orders the police to compensate an employee with two hundred thousand dirhams, The Abu Dhabi Family, Civil and Administrative Claims Court ruled that a company is obligated to pay 200,000 dirhams in compensation to an employee who was injured in a vehicle collision while unloading goods while at work. The employee sustained multiple injuries, including a permanent disability, as a result of the vehicle's failure to provide adequate security and safety measures. A 30% reduction in the size of the affected foot, atrophy of the lower limb muscles, and restriction at the extremity of the left knee flexion motion, accompanied by a profound impairment in all left ankle movements. He is unable to stand independently on his left lower limb, kneel, or run.
An employee resorts to the judiciary to obtain financial compensation from the company
A worker pursues monetary restitution from the employer through the judicial system, The employee who identified as the "plaintiff" initiated legal proceedings against his employer, seeking a sum of two hundred thousand dirhams, compensation for both material and moral damages, and 12% legal interest from the date of the claim until full payment. In exchange for attorney fees, the plaintiff requested that the employer reimburse his expenses and fees. A vehicle collided with him while he was employed by the defendant company and one of its employees was unloading goods; the failure to provide the required security and safety measures contributed to the collision. The employee sustained the following injuries, which were confirmed in the forensic report: a severe traumatic injury to the left leg, which ultimately caused a fracture of the lower body. The left leg exhibits damage to its tibia and fibula, manifesting as an open wound and absent skin portions. Two operations were performed to treat the injuries. His condition stabilized and the injury healed subsequent to the examination. Subsequently, he developed a conspicuous irregularity and curvature on the left leg's surface, accompanied by persistent localized pain, muscle atrophy in the lower leg, and immobility at the extremity of the left knee joint flexion motion. Overall, the motion of the left ankle joint is extremely impaired, and he is unable to stand unassisted on the left lower limb. Additionally, his inability to sprint or squat qualifies as a permanent disability. An estimation places the extent of the resulting disability at thirty percent of the left lower limb's total capacity. Additionally, a surgical procedure was necessary to remove skin grafts from the individual's right thigh in order to cover the incision on their left leg following the aforementioned injury.
Compensation for an employee who suffers from an accident during his work
Compensation for a worker injured on the job as a result of an accident, It was determined, following his examination, that the wound had healed and his condition had stabilized; however, he had developed dark scars that permanently impaired the aspect of his skin. An estimation places the extent of the resulting disability at 10% of the skin's overall capacity. Consequently, a criminal lawsuit was initiated, culminating in the defendant's acquittal in absentia. The defendant was fined 10,000 dirhams, and the plaintiff was compelled to file this lawsuit due to the material and moral harm he endured. In its reasoning, the court elaborated on the plaintiff's injuries and the resulting damages, noting that he is a youthful man of 44 years of age and therefore entitled to compensation for such losses. The court assigns the defendant a payment obligation of 200,000 dirhams as the estimated total compensation to which he is entitled.