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NEGLIGENCE: PERSONAL INJURIES/DEATH/COMPENSATION
FOR INJURIES ACT/ RUNNING DOWN ACTION
THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
Claim No. CV 2012-4379
MICHELLE ANN VIRGINIA GASKIN-JOSEPH
CAPITAL INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
MICHAEL ANTOINE 3rd Defendant
TO: MICHAEL ANTOINE-
TAKE NOTICE this action has been commenced against you
in the Court Office at Knox Street Port- of-Spain (High Court
of justice Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago) by virtue of
Claim Form and Statement of Case intituled Claim No.
CV2013-03319 filed against you on the 21st February, 2013
by the Claimants who claim against you the following:
The Claimants who Claim against you the following:-
(a) (i) Damages for personal injury together with
cons equential loss as a result of the 1st Defendant in
his personal capacity and/or acting as servant and or
agent of the owner or with consent of the owner of the
vehicle PBF 7114 in the driving management and/or
control of motor vehicle PBF 7114 bearing chassis
number FB13-583683 along the Beetham Highway by
(ii) Special damages
(iii) Loss of earnings from the 25th October, 2008 and
(vi) Such further and other relief as the Court deems just;
(vii) Damages for pain and suffering and
(b) Damages under the following:
(i) Supreme Court of Judicature Act Chapter 4:01 for
the benefit of the estate of the said Deceased for
the loss of expectation of life and on sequential loss
caused to the said Deceased Kenisha Joseph by the
negligence of the 1st Defendant in the driving,
management and/or control of motor vehicle PBF
7114 which he was the owner/driver along the
Beetham Highway by VMCOTT which includes
Special damages, damages for pain and suffering,
loss of expectation of life (conventional sum), loss
years (loss of earnings from the deceased for the
benefit of the Claimants).
(ii) Compensation for Injuries Act, Chapter 8:05 for the
death of the Deceased Kenisha Joseph which
include pre-trial loss and post trial loss;
(iii) Special Damages
(vi) Such further and other relief as the Court deems
AND THAT TAKE NOTICE by order dated the 17th
December, 2013 it was ordered that time for service of the
Claim Form on you the Third Defendant be extended for
four (4) months from the 17th December, 2013;
AND FURTHER THAT it has been ordered that service of
the Claim Form and Statement of Case be effected by
advertisement in two (2) daily newspapers of general
circulation in Trinidad and Tobago once per week for two
(2) consecutive weeks;
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE If you desire to defend this
action that you must within twenty one (21) days from the
date of the last publication of this advertisement, which will
appear one week from the date of this advertisement,enter
an appearance form to the Claim Form and Statement of
Case by completing an appearance form (Form 3) which may
be obtained on request from the Attorneys whose name and
address appears above, or by attending the High Court Office,
Knox Street Port of Spain telephone numbers 623-2416 on
any working day between the hours of 8.00 a.m to 4.00 p.m
Monday to Friday and filling out the same in person or by an
Attorney-at-Law and filing it in any court office in default of
which judgment may be entered against you.
Dated the 20th day of January, 2014.
Resulting from reorganizational growth and expansion ANSA
McAL, is seeking suitably qualified or experienced professionals
for the following positions:
We are seeking to recruit a financial professional with significant com-
mercial acumen and a demonstrable track record of contributing to top
line growth of the Organisation.
The position reports to the Company's Finance Manager and will be
primarily responsible for managing the Premium Processing and
Agency Accounting functions. Specifically, the incumbent will be
responsible for ensuring that all Premium income is tracked and that
Agents' Payroll and Reconciliations are handled in a timely and accu-
The successful candidate must be ACCA qualified or have a similar
professional designation with a minimum of three (3) years' experience
in a senior accounting position. The incumbent must also possess
strong leadership and interpersonal skills as well as the ability to moti-
vate and develop a team.
We are seeking to recruit a dynamic and experienced insurance pro-
fessional to serve as a Reinsurance Administrator.
The incumbent reporting to the Supervisor -- New Business, will be
responsible for monitoring and updating all aspects of Reinsurance
from monitoring and updating transactions to developing new products
as well as generating and updating reports. He/She should also be
familiar with Reinsurance Treaties and Laws.
Candidates must be detailed-oriented, ensuring accuracy with data.
He/She must be customer-focused with exceptional inter-personal and
communication skills as well as good time management skills.
The successful candidate must have an Associate Degree in Business
Management with a minimum of three (3) years' experience in insur-
ance industry and one (1) year experience in Reinsurance.
These positions allow for immediate opportunities, growth and devel-
opment and also offer significant compensation packages including
incentives and Group Benefits.
Please forward your resume in complete confidence by February
17th, 2014 to:
Human Resources, P.O Box 1004, Port of Spain.
DHAKA---The owners of a garment factory in
Bangladesh surrendered to authorities yesterday
to face homicide charges for a 2012 fire at the plant
that killed 112 workers.
Police filed homicide charges in December against
13 people in connection with the fire at the Tazreen
Fashions Ltd factory, including the owners, Delwar
Hossain and his wife, Mahmuda Akter. Arrest warrants
were issued for six of the accused who police said
had fled, including the owners.
The November 2012 fire was one of several deadly
disasters that have exposed harsh and unsafe working
conditions in Bangladesh s lucrative garment industry.
A factory collapse last April killed more than 1,100
After Hossain and Akter turned themselves in, a
court in the capital, Dhaka, rejected their bail petition
and ordered them to be jailed, pending further legal
If found guilty, the accused face a minimum of
seven years and up to life in prison, prosecutor
Anwarul Babul said. Four of the accused are still at
The factory, located outside Dhaka and which pro-
duced clothing for major retailers including Wal-
Mart, had no emergency exits and its location in a
narrow alley prevented firefighters from responding
quickly to the blaze, Babul said.
The investigation found that when the fire broke
out, managers and security guards told workers it
was part of a regular drill and it was too late for
many to escape. Workers found the gates locked from
outside as the fire engulfed the sprawling building,
according to the investigation.
It s the first time Bangladesh has sought to prosecute
factory owners in its garment industry, which is the
world s second largest after China.
The impoverished South Asian nation earns more
than US$20 billion a year from garment exports,
mainly to the United States and Europe. (AP)
Two owners of
right, and his
personnel to a
court in Dhaka,
owners of a
died in a fire
two years ago
after they were
after deadly fire
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