Criminal Trident Pack: IPC, CrPC and IEA by Sr. Adv. G.S Shukla and Adv. Raghav Arora
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satish verma (service)     29 December 2008

motor vehicle's act compensation

 whether a proprietor of a proprietorship firm can claim compensation if he suffers injury in an accident caused to the vehicle in the name of firm in which he was traveling.


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Vikram Chandra (Advocate)     29 December 2008

Dear Satish,


     Ofcourse, he can claim depends on the terms and policy conditions of the insurance. However, whether the accident occured due to the negligent driving of the driver/owner (Properietor) i.e., is it a self-driven-vehicle injury without the involvement of the other vehicle or the other vehicle hit the (proprietory firm's) vehicle should be answered first.


regards,

Pankaj Rai (Lawyer)     30 December 2008

Dear Satish, He can only claim P.A. because he is not a third party. Owner of vehicle may  not claim for his injuries sustained  by him in an accident.


Thanks

mahendra rai jain (advocate)     30 December 2008

your problem is insufficient to reply.. please mentioned all the fact regarding driver of vhicle etc.


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