Mothers claim against govt over sons boating death to be heard in 2020

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July 20, 2018

 

THE hearing of a mother’s $35,000 claim against the government for the Royal Bahamas Defence Force’s alleged culpability for a boating accident that resulted in her son’s death two years ago – has been set for 2020.
Justice Ian Winder set a date of January 17, 2020 to hear Dale Turnquest’s action concerning the $35,800 in special damages she is seeking over of the RBDF’s alleged negligence that resulted in Christopher Turnquest’s death in October 2016.

THE hearing of a mother’s $35,000 claim against the government for the Royal Bahamas Defence Force’s alleged culpability for a boating accident that resulted in her son’s death two years ago – has been set for 2020.

Justice Ian Winder set a date of January 17, 2020 to hear Dale Turnquest’s action concerning the $35,800 in special damages she is seeking over of the RBDF’s alleged negligence that resulted in Christopher Turnquest’s death in October 2016.

 

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News date : 07/20/2018    Category : About Bahamians, Court, Disputes, Tribune Stories

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