30 thousand dirhams in compensation to a worker in Abu Dhabi due to his exposure to abuse

Abdallah Shahin - | Business

The Abu Dhabi Family, Civil, and Administrative Claims Court came to the conclusion that a client must compensate a worker with 30,000 dirhams because the client insulted and assaulted the worker while the worker was on the job.

A worker filed a case against a client in which he claimed that the client be required to give him a sum of one hundred thousand dirhams as compensation for the psychological, moral, and moral damages that he incurred after the client insulted him and beat him while the worker was performing his task. In further detail, the worker demanded that the client be compelled to pay him this amount of money. In addition to this, he insisted that the defendant be made responsible for all fees, charges, and other costs. highlighting the fact that the defendant insulted him and battered him, leading to him suffering material, psychological, and moral losses as a result of the incident. The defendant was found guilty of the crime, but he did not show up in court despite having announced that he would be there.

The court noted that the defendant did not appear before the court, despite his announcement, to present any plea or defense in the lawsuit. The court explained that what is clear from the attached criminal rulings is that the defendant assaulted the plaintiff while he was working, and also insulted him with the obscenities stated in the attached criminal rulings. In addition, the court noted that the defendant assaulted the plaintiff while he was working. As a result, the court comes to the conclusion that the defendant was at fault; he fulfilled the need for the element of error; it was evident that this error was the source of damages to the plaintiff; therefore, the defendant is found to be responsible for the elements of responsibility for error, damage, and a causal relationship.

The court made the observation that, in accordance with the provisions of the Civil Transactions Law, "every harm to another obliges the perpetrator to be liable, and that moral harm is everything that affects dignity, feeling, or honor, including psychological pain," and that this error resulted in both material and moral damage to the plaintiff. The court also made the observation that the plaintiff was entitled to compensation for both types of damage. They included the injuries he got as a result of the assault by the defendant, as well as the anguish, grief, and humiliation he felt as a direct result of the assault. The court issued a ruling obligating the defendant to pay the plaintiff the sum of 30,000 dirhams, as well as obligating him to pay all fees, charges, and other costs associated with the case.

About Author

Abdallah Shahin
Abdallah Shahin
793 Total posts

Read Also

The UAE announces the details of reducing working hours in Ramadan for the public and private sectors

Workers in the private sector will have a two-hour break each day during the holy month of Ramadan, according to an announcement by the country's Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation.

UAE: Banks warn against closing credit cards in this case

Banks in the country will close credit cards with balances exceeding the allowed credit limit starting May 1st, as per new terms and conditions sent to customers, a copy of which was obtained by Emirates Today.

UAE: Announcing an increase in gasoline and diesel prices starting in March

The Fuel Prices Monitoring Committee has authorized a rise in gasoline and diesel prices for March 2024, with an increase ranging from 15 to 16 fils per liter for gasoline and 17 fils per liter for diesel compared to February 2024 pricing.

Bitcoin price reaches $60,000 and is approaching its highest level

The price of Bitcoin is close to reaching its highest price, as it is currently at $60,000

The UAE Central Bank: A decision on "instant" transfers through banks