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REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
Claim No. CV2015-01916
(in her own right and as Legal Personal Representative
And Administrator of the estate of Daniel Christopher Phillip
Also called Daniel Phillip, deceased) Claimant
JENELLE MOHAMMED Third Defendant
MOTOR ONE INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
To: (1) ABRAHAM RAMIREZ - No. 40 Gopaul Avenue,
(2) SHAFFIAT ALI - #52 Dam Road, Longdeville, Chaguanas
TAKE NOTICE that on the 8th day of June 2015, an action has been
commenced against you by way of a Claim Form and Statement of
Case for the following reliefs:
1. Damages in respect of the death of Daniel Christopher Phillip also
called Daniel Phillip and damages to motor vehicle PBZ 348 and all
consequential loss and damages caused by the negligence of the
First Defendant, the driver of the car owned by the Second and
Third Defendants, in the driving of motor vehicle PAW 3846 on the
12th day of June 2011 at about 5:20pm on the Roopsingh Road,
2. Damages under the Compensation for Injuries Act for the Claimant;
3. Interest thereon;
4. A declaration that under the provisions of Section 10A of the Motor
Vehicles Insurance (Third Party Risk) (Amendment) Act 38 of 1996
that by reason of the Policy of Insurance issued at the material time
by the Fourth Defendant in respect of motor vehicle registration No.
PAW 3846, the Fourth Defendant is liable to indemnify the First,
Second and Third Defendants in respect of any loss and damage,
interest and cost awarded to the Claimant;
5. An Order that the Fourth Defendant do pay to the Claimant the
amount awarded in this action against the First and/or Second
and/or Third Defendants, together with interest and cost;
6. Further and/or other relief; and
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that by an Order made on the 13th day
of October 2015 by the Honourable Mr. Justice Des Vignes, the
Claimant was granted permission to effect substituted service of the
Claim Form and Statement of Case on you by this advertisement in a
daily newspaper of general circulation in Trinidad and Tobago once
weekly for two (2) consecutive weeks and time was extended for serv-
ice of the Claim Form and Statement of Case to 23rd November 2015.
If you desire to defend this action, you must within eight (8) days after
the date of the second advertisement enter an appearance (Form 3) at
any court office.
You may obtain a copy of the Claim Form and Statement of Case of the
case filed herein and the Appearance Form (Form 3) from the
Claimant's Attorney at Law, Ms. Adaphia Trancoso, Virtus Chambers,
103A St. Vincent Street, Port of Spain, or you may apply to the High
Court, Hall of Justice, Knox Street, Port of Spain.
IN DEFAULT of you filing an Appearance, the Court may proceed to
make any order it considers appropriate including enter judgment
Dated this 12th day of November, 2015.
some pride by securing a three-
wicket win over Bangladesh in
the second and final T20 yes-
Neville Madziva was instru-
mental in avoiding the embar-
rassing tour sweep as he ham-
mered the required 18 runs in
the last over to level the two-
match T20 series before taking
"We knew that we could do
it. We were very close in the last
couple of games. Malcolm
(Waller) gave us the platform and
Madziva finished it," Zimbabwe
captain Elton Chigumbura said.
Bangladesh was restricted to
a moderate 135-9 but fought back
well to keep the game tight until
the Madziva blitz helped the
touring side get over the line with
a ball to spare.
Madziva clattered three fours
and two sixes in his 19-ball 28
I just tried to keep watching
the balls. It was in my zone and
I didn t hesitate, said Madziva.
Malcolm Waller, fresh from
his 31-ball 68, gave the side a
platform with 40. Luke Jongwe
was the other notable scorer with
34.For Bangladesh, Anamul
Haque took 51 balls to score a
team-leading 47 while Tamim
Iqbal added 21.
On a pitch that Bangladesh
captain Mashrafe Mortaza
described as favourable for bat-
ting, the hosts struggled for runs
from the outset. Tamim Iqbal,
though, gave the side a fluent
start with a 15-ball 21.
"We are yet to learn the art of
T20 batting,Monday, November
16, 2015 Bangladesh coach
Chandika Hathurusingha said. It
was not bad wicket to bat on.
We can t execute our plans."
Iqbal s dismissal left
Bangladesh vulnerable with its
other batsmen unable to make
the shots when it mattered.
Most of the batsmen perished
to a rash shot as the Zimbabwe
bowlers remained disciplined
Zimbabwe's Tinashe Panyangara, right,
congratulates teammate Neville Madziva, left, as he
walks back from the ground after defeating
Bangladesh in their second and final Twenty20
cricket match in Dhaka, Bangladesh, yesterday.
Madziva salvages pride for Zimbabwe
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