The Commercial Court of First Instance ordered a Kuwaiti man and an insurance company to pay KD 19,000 in compensation to an Egyptian for injuries and disabiity he suffered during a traffic accident on a highway. The case file indicated lawyer Abdul-Mohsin Al-Qattan sued the citizen on behalf of the plaintiff for changing the lane without vigilance and ending up hitting the plaintiff’s car after which the latter veered off the road ramming into the concrete barrier. He stressed the incident left the plaintiff with severe injuries as contained in the preliminary medical report. The court previously fined the defendant KD50 for the error and referred civil aspect of the case to the concerned court, and the counsel argued that his client is dejected and traumatic due to 43 percent disability he suffered due to the mishap. He later joined the insurance company into the case since it’s in charge of the defendant’s car and sought compensation for the damages.