Bahrain: Indian family to get $ 79,558 compensation
Dubai: The family of an Indian, who was killed in a hit-and-run case in Bahrain, must be paid a $ 79,558 compensation, a court in the kingdom has ruled.
Regi Pallot, 36, died as he tried to cross a highway opposite Adhari Park in February 2010.
The expatriate, whose daughters were aged five and two when he died, worked for Al Bahar Industrial Maintenance Works and came from Kanangad in Kasargod district of Kerala, the News Agencies said.
According to the report, the Gulf Union Insurance company has been ordered to make the payout.
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