The Dubai Civil Court obligates a company to pay 174 thousand dirhams to a woman in compensation
The Dubai Civil Court of First Instance obligated an insurance company to pay 174 thousand dirhams to a woman in compensation after a car accident, as the company had previously refused to pay her compensation and accused her of faking the car accident.
A corporation has been ordered by the Dubai Civil Court to compensate a woman for her losses by paying her 174 thousand dirhams.
As a result of an automobile accident, a woman was required by the Dubai Civil Court of First Instance to get 174 thousand dirhams in compensation from an insurance company. The insurance company had previously refused to pay the woman compensation and accused her of fabricating the car accident. The court ordered the insurance company to pay the lady the compensation.
An insurance company accuses a vehicle owner of causing a traffic accident and refuses to pay compensation
The vehicle's owner is accused of causing a traffic accident by their insurance company, and the firm then refuses to pay any compensation, In a brief that was presented to the Dubai Civil Court of First Instance, the insurance company indicated that the accident was intentionally caused by the defendant, who was referred to as the "vehicle owner," and that the car did not merit the amount of money that was given to the owner of the car as compensation for the accident. Following an examination of the evidence, the court came to the conclusion that the appeal that the insurance company had lodged against the decision of the Dispute Settlement and Resolution Committee should be dismissed. And it confirmed that she was obligated to pay the total sum. Due to the fact that the defendant woman had submitted a complaint to the committee demanding an amount of 180 thousand dirhams, the value of the insurance that was agreed upon in the insurance document, the Dubai Civil Court in Dubai considered an appeal that was filed by an insurance company against a decision that was issued by the Dubai Committee for Settlement and Resolution of Insurance Disputes. The foundation for this appeal was the fact that the defendant woman had demanded this amount. And making it the responsibility of the corporation to cover the costs incurred as a result of an accident involving the vehicle. In its appeal against the committee's decision, the insurance company asserted that the decision was in breach of the law and violated the company's basic defense, which led to an overestimation of the value of the compensation. In addition, the firm claimed that the decision violated the company's fundamental defense. According to this report, the company asserted that the accident had been staged by the car's owner. The advisory report stated that the expert report concluded that the circumstances of the accident and the manner in which it occurred were illogical and unconvincing, which suggests the opinion that there is an exaggeration in the insurance value of the car. The expert report concluded that the damages in the two cars that collided were disproportionate to the main cause of the accident. In addition, the report stated that the advisory report concluded that the damages in the two cars that collided were disproportionate to the main cause of the accident. The plaintiff company stated that the market value of the vehicle that caused the accident was 75,000 dirhams, and that it decreased after the accident to 12,500 dirhams and does not represent a loss to its owner, which makes it likely that the accident was fabricated by both parties, in order to dishonestly deprive the insurance company of its money. In addition, the plaintiff company stated that the market value of the vehicle that caused the accident was 75 thousand dirhams.
Dubai Court obligates an insurance company to pay compensation of 174 thousand dirhams to a car owner
A automobile owner has been ordered by a court in Dubai to be compensated in the amount of 174 thousand dirhams by an insurance company, An insurance company filed an appeal against a decision that was handed down by the primary Dubai Committee for the Settlement and Resolution of Insurance Disputes. According to that decision, the insurance company was required to pay 174 thousand dirhams in compensation to the owner of a vehicle that had been involved in an accident. After the business that provided the car with comprehensive insurance declined to pay the sum that was specified in the insurance policy, the vehicle's owner turned to the Insurance Committee for help. This occurred after the vehicle was totaled. The committee came to the conclusion that the corporation should be required to make a payment to the complainant in the sum of 174 thousand and 484 dirhams.