Wednesday, April 17, 2024

IT MATTERS TO MARIA: Pain but no gain

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IN 2009, a high court judge ordered a defendant through his insurance company to pay accident victim Michelle Babb, a settlement of close to $500 000, which includes payment of her legal fees.

But up to this day Babb has not received a cent of that money because lawyers are contending that there is ambiguity in how the judgement was written.

On March 20, 2009, Justice Sonia Richards ordered “that the defendant through his insurers New India Assurance Company (Trinidad and Tobago) Limited, shall pay to the plaintiff the sum of $378 149.85 in full and final payment of all general and

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