While considering the petition challenging the order passed by the Motor Accident Claims Tribunal, Palwal the single-judge bench of Punjab and Haryana High Court observed that the claimant-petitioners are the parents of the deceased wanting the release of the amount which has been awarded to them but 50% of the awarded amount has been directed to be deposited in FDRs.
Supreme Court partly allowed and disposed the appeal of New India Assurance Company Ltd challenging the Rajasthan High Court judgement awarding compensation of Rs.56,44,378/- by applying the multiplier to the net salary payable to the claimant/ first respondent.
The Supreme Court has recently allowed an appeal by a road accident victim and restored the compensation awarded to him by the motor accidents tribunal, setting aside a judgment of the Allahabad High Court which had reduced the compensation amount.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday has allowed the appeal filed by Savitha, a housewife, who survived motor accident more than a decade ago but it left her partially disabled. She has appealed against inadequacy of compensation granted to her in a motor accident case.