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Hugh Graham, Karen Ross v Cecil Dillon and Jimmy Walsh

Case Number: 
C.L. G.027/2002
Date of Delivery: 
12.01.2004

IN THE SUPREME COLRT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

IN COMMON LAW

 SUIT NO. C.L. G.027/2002

BETWEEN HUGH GRAHAM lST CLAIMANT

KAREN ROSS

1

AND i 2ND CLAIMANT '

AND CECIL DILLON lST DEFENDANT ,

AND JIMMY WALSH 2NDD EFENDANT

Mrs. Suzette Campbell instructed by Campbell & Campbell for the 1st

Claimant

Miss Andrea Walters instructed by Palmer & Walters for the 2nd Defendant.

HEARD: 27" October & 18" December, 2003

& 12" January, 2004

SINCLAIR-HAYNES, J. (Ag.)

Hugh Graham claimed that on the 19" day of April 2000 whilst he

was a passenger in a bus owned by Jimmy Walsh, the bus collided with a

bus owned by Cecil Dillon and as a consequence he suffered personal

injuries, loss and damage.

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