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In Kursk, the owner of a passenger car that ended up in a pit on Pavlov Street sued Quadra for more than 88,000 rubles

The Kursk Regional Court put an end to the resounding story of the end of 2021. The owner of a VAZ-2110 passenger car, who drove into a hole on Pavlova Street in his car, which was searched by Quadra specialists when repairing heating networks, sued the energy company for more than 88,000 rubles.

Recall that the incident occurred on the evening of December 19. The car was trapped because the excavation site was not properly fenced and lit. Subsequently, law enforcement officers and city hall officials took care of the situation. The issue was even raised during the meeting with Governor Starovoit. It turned out that this was not a single such violation by the Kursk generation. Accordingly, the company was required to eliminate the shortcomings.

In turn, the car owner decided to seek justice in the Leninsky District Court of Kursk. He filed a lawsuit against Quadra, in which he demanded compensation from the company for material and moral damage in the total amount of 395,000 rubles, as well as to cover legal costs.

During the proceedings, the plaintiff’s representative noted that “it was the defendant’s inaction that caused the accident”. The defendant’s representative objected to the satisfaction of the requirements.

The court found that the excavation site was not equipped with light garlands on the fences, which is recorded in the law on identified shortcomings in the operational condition of the road and contradicts the requirements of GOST. At the same time, the servants of Themis came to the conclusion that the claimant’s claims were exaggerated.

In particular, the court reduced the amount of compensation for the destroyed car from 195,000 to 64,000 rubles, based on the market value of the car at the time of the accident, minus the value of the good remains. The amount of compensation for moral damage was reduced from 100,000 to 10,000 rubles. In addition, Quadra was ordered to cover the plaintiff’s court costs and state obligations in the total amount of 14,000 rubles.

The applicant disagreed with this decision and appealed to a higher authority. However, the Kursk Regional Court agreed with its colleagues and dismissed the complaint.

The decision entered into force, according to the joint press service of the judiciary of the Kursk region.

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