Court Ordered A Sports Club To Pay Compensation To A Kuwaiti Player
Category: Crime News

A commercial court in Kuwait has ordered a sports club to pay compensation worth KD 100,000 to a Kuwaiti player for material and moral damages he sustained following a traffic accident, reports Al Shahed daily.

The plaintiff’s counsel Lawyer Fatima Safar based her argument on the concrete evidence of the mistake of the driver of the vehicle that belongs to the sports club.

She demanded compensation for her client for the material and moral damages he sustained including deep-cut injuries in both legs that forced her client to seek treatment overseas.

Lawyer Safar revealed that her client still suffers from pain and is unable to walk properly, which has deprived him at such a young age from joining the club and continuing with his profession as a sportsman.


The court issued a ruling in favor of the plaintiff and ordered the sports club to pay compensation worth KD 100,000 to her client.

12 sheep stolen: A Kuwaiti citizen has filed a theft case against an unknown individual who broke the fence of his Abdalli farm and stole 12 sheep, reports Al-Seyassah daily.

The citizen revealed his shock when he noticed 12 of his sheep had disappeared and then noticed the broken fence, after which he realized the sheep were stolen.

He said he did not suspect anyone. Securitymen took necessary steps to find and arrest the suspect.


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