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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Collision or Accident?


Insurer AXA has rejected the claim for the Ferrari crash at Rochor Road as reported by the Straits Times.  If the insurer is successful in up holding its position, it can claim from the driver's estate for all third-party compensation paid to the victims.

Do you think the court will rule in favour of the insurer?  I would support so if it is proven that the speed was significantly over the allowed limit and that the driver had beaten the traffic light in the case.  This will send the right message to owners of high-performance cars that reckless driving is NOT condoned especially if the collision resulted in fatality of innocent victims.

Related post: Ferrari smashed Taxi

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