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__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 10 Section 14 of the Limitation Act 1980. 11 Section 33(3) of the Limitation Act 1980. This section lists some of the matters which should be taken into account in determining whether it would be equitable to allow an action to proceed. For example, the length of, and the reasons for, the delay on the part of the plaintiff will be considered, along with the extent to which the defendant is, or is likely to be, less cogent than if the action had been brought in time.
The amount available to spouses is 30% of the amount the deceased would have gained had he lost 100% of his ability to work. Despite this, the amount will be at least DKK 331,000. Bereavement damages payable to children amount to approximately DKK 9,000 per year until the child is 18 years of age. In certain cases, the parents of the deceased can claim them where the child was the main financial provider to the family. Level of damages Damages for personal injury are quantified as a percentage according to the degree of incapacity suffered by the plaintiff.
In road traffic accidents, the Motor Insurers’ Bureau will satisfy any judgment against the uninsured defendant provided notice of proceedings is given within seven days of commencement of proceedings, and the judgment remains unsatisfied for seven days. It is also possible to receive compensation from the Motor Insurers’ Bureau where the driver of the vehicle that caused the accident cannot be found. Insurer as party to proceedings Proceedings cannot be brought against the tortfeasor’s insurer directly.
Personal Injury: Practice and Procedure in Europe by Martha Warren, Martha Warren Neocleous