This case is another crucial decision in the context of jurisdiction and personal injury claims that was argued and won by Hoh Law Corporation. The facts of this case were as follows…
“How far will a father go to protect his daughter?” Well, ordinarily, a father acting selflessly to take the place of his daughter would be applauded. It is what one would expect...
In 2019, Ms. Nuruljannah Razib was left with traumatic brain injuries and injuries to her spine, hands and face after the motorcycle that she was travelling on as a pillion collided with another...
Mr. Janaed was a construction worker who became paralysed after falling 3.7 metres at a worksite in 2018. The Appellate Division of the High Court has now dismissed the appeal...
On 21 September 2019, a motorcyclist travelling along Upper Thomson Road met with an accident when he collided with a large sambar deer that was dashing across the same road...
On 4 April 2015, a customer having a meal at Chong Qing (Origin) Steamboat restaurant on Beach Road was struck by an explosion from a gas stove canister, resulting in burns on her face and arms...
A 19-year old student who had committed eight acts of molestation on an underaged girl was sentenced to one year of reformative training after he had pleaded guilty to two counts of molestation charges.
A Malaysian motorcyclist, Mr. Lai, was involved in an accident on 7 August 2014 when a female motorcar driver had suddenly cut into his lane, causing him to apply emergency brakes.
A Malaysian couple who was traveling on motorcycle on the way to work on the morning of 19 December 2016 suffered serious injuries when a Mercedes-Benz driven by one Mr.
Mr. Neo, a 51 year old lorry driver who became paralysed as a result of a workplace accident has reached a settlement with his employers for a compensation sum of $710,000 in the High Court.
On 20th August 2015, an industrial worker by the name of Chin Swee Leong (“Chin”) was struck on the head by a falling shelving rack at work.
In a lawsuit against the driver who had crashed into multiple vehicles while travelling in the opposite direction along AYE last year in December, injured victims Teh Tze Yong and wife Janice Choo have managed to achieve a settlement on liability in Court.
A patient admitted for day surgery for a minor nose disorder had slipped into a coma for 4 years after undergoing an operation at Alexandra Hospital.
A woman was walking along North Bridge Road on 25 August 2008 when branches from a tree growing in St. Andrew’s Cathedral fell on her body.
A Malaysian national, Mr Lee Kar Choon, was riding his motorcycle along Admiralty Road West towards his workplace when a tree branch along the road fell and caused him to be flung off his vehicle.
A 72-year old lady was viewing tiles at a display showroom in July 2015 when a tile display panel weighing over 50kg and about 2 metres high fell on her, causing her to fall face flat on the ground.
Three foreign workers requesting for copies of their own medical records were charged up to $1,000 by an orthopedic surgeon in private practice, according to two help groups Transient Workers Count Too (“TWC2”) and Healthserve, and a law firm (HOH Law Corporation).
A foreign worker who had just arrived to work in Singapore for a week had two of his fingers sliced off, in a worksite accident wholly attributable to the negligence of his employer.
Following a High Court ruling, the widow of an employee who had passed away in a hotel room in Cambodia while waiting to be taken to a meeting, may now qualify for a claim under workmen’s compensation.
Mr Zhou Aiguo, 38, (“Zhou”) was working for the construction company, Bestrom, when he was brutally assaulted by his superior, Mr Zhao Qiao Lin (“Zhao”).
A crane technician who fell 12 storey from a tower crane at a construction site from a height of 52 metres survived, thanks to a green plastic waste bin.
A teenager fell to his death after jumping from a linkway located between Orchard Central and Orchard Gateway on 24 February this year.
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