An Indian man was injured in a car crash in December and was declared bankrupt by the court in April.
He was also sued by the insurance company, and he has been awarded over Rs 30 lakh by the Supreme Court.
In a recent case filed by the man’s son, a doctor was found negligent by the Bombay High Court for allegedly failing to prevent the collision.
However, in the latest Supreme Court judgment, the court held that the doctor was negligent, and therefore liable for the injury.
The case started with the accident, which took place on December 19, when the man was driving to his home in the city.
The court found that the driver was driving recklessly, and that the accident was the result of his negligence.
The court also said that the medical practitioner had been negligent in not properly supervising the driver, which resulted in the collision between the car and the tractor-trailer.
The man’s wife, who was also driving, also suffered a serious leg injury.
The couple filed a civil suit, which was eventually dismissed.
The Supreme Court had earlier ruled in a civil case that a person is liable for negligence if he or she has no legal obligation to take reasonable care of his or her property.
However, the case has been filed by a medical practitioner, who has been accused of negligence by the insurers.
The judge also ordered that he should be paid Rs 30,000 as compensation for the damage suffered.