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Bahadur, Michiko, Dorothy Baker v Donald Jones, Neilson Jones

Case Number: 
HCV 276 1 of 2005
Date of Delivery: 
01.06.2006

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

IN THE CIVIL DIVISION 1

SUIT NO. HCV 276 1 of 2005 1

BETWEEN MICHIKO BAHADUR 1 ST CLAIMANT

(by her mother and next

friend Dorothy Baker)

AND DOROTHY BAKER 2ND CLAIMANT

AND

i AND

DONALD JONES I S'r DEFENDANT

NEILSON JONES 2ND DEFENDANT

Miss Judith Clarke instructed by Judith M. Clarke & Co. for the Claimants. I

Defendants not appearing or being represented

Assessment of Damages

Heard: ~ 9M'ay~ & lSJtu ne, 2006

BROOKS J.

On May 27th 2004, young Miss Michiko Bahadur, then a high school

L-> student, was injured in a motor vehicle crash. She was, at the time, a

passenger in the lit Defendant's vehicle, which was being driven by the 2nd

Defendant. She suffered lacerations to her scalp and ear, a fracture of her

left clavicle and a fracture of her pelvis. A judgment was entered against the

Defendants, since they filed no acknowledgement of service of the Claim

Form. Damages now fall to be assessed.

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