Success Stories

A speeding driver causes death – should insurance cover this?

Blood money paid to Indian family after man was killed in head on collision. The family of a man killed when a motorist drove head on into traffic has been awarded Dh500,000 in compensation. Abu Dhabi Commercial Court ordered the Emirati driver’s insurance company to pay the man’s parents, wife and two daughters following the fatal collision in January, 2016.

Man faces jail for kidnapping daughter from UAE

A Russian woman, 34, said that her husband, 41, took their daughter for a walk and never returned. A Russian father could face up to three years in prison after he kidnapped his daughter and fled the UAE knowing that the mother was in the wanted list in her home country. During February last year, the Russian woman, 34, said that her husband, 41, took their daughter for a walk and never returned. Hours later, she found out that he had left for Russia.

Deportation made optional in UAE cybercrime law

The court may rule to place the accused under an electronic probation and monitoring. People charged with cybercrime related cases will no longer be subjected to mandatory deportation following the amendments made to the UAE Cybercrimes Law, according to authorities concerned. Cybercrimes – most commonly insults and threats issued online – may not necessarily face imprisonment and deportation under the amended cyber crimes law.

Man cleared of importing illegal medicine in case of mistaken identity

The Jordanian man was arrested upon collecting a package containing over 23,000 tablets of Pregabalin. A man sentenced to seven years in prison and ordered to pay a Dh100,000 fine for importing controlled medicine into the country was cleared of all charges after it emerged that the illegal package delivered to him was intended for someone else. On October 16, the 33-year-old Jordanian man was arrested after he visited an express shipping company in Dubai to collect a package containing 23,226 tablets of Pregabalin.

Man accuses wife of adultery after she files three cases against him

The Jordanian man was arrested upon collecting a package containing over 23,000 tablets of Pregabalin. A man sentenced to seven years in prison and ordered to pay a Dh100,000 fine for importing controlled medicine into the country was cleared of all charges after it emerged that the illegal package delivered to him was intended for someone else. On October 16, the 33-year-old Jordanian man was arrested after he visited an express shipping company in Dubai to collect a package containing 23,226 tablets of Pregabalin.