Frank Coleman v Donald McDonald and Carol Smyth

JurisdictionJamaica
CourtCourt of Appeal
Date1979
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  • Sydney 'Tony' Clarke Plaintiff v Benedict Charles Defendant [ECSC]
    • Caribbean Community
    • Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court
    • 28 November 2000
    ...answer relies on the judgment of the Jamaican Court of Appeal in the Caymanian case ofFrank Coleman v Donald McDonald and Carol Smith (1979) 28 WIR, 137. That case is of persuasive authority in this court. It was a case where a young couple on a motor-bike driving within the speed limit app......
  • Thomas v Arscott et Al
    • Jamaica
    • Court of Appeal
    • 5 May 1986
    ...I think that Mr. Williams stated the principle too narrowly and that the true rule is that adopted by this court in Frank Coleman v Donald McDonald and Carol Smyth [1979] 28 W.I.R. 137. 21 That was a case in which the plaintiff, a Canadian citizen, was injured in a motor vehicle accident in......
  • Tanya Clarke v Dr. Soe Win & Dr. Bennet & The Attorney Geenral
    • Jamaica
    • Supreme Court
    • 21 September 2002
    ...insurers and those made by the plaintiff for the purposes of calculating special damages and future medical expenses. In Frank Coleman v Donald MC.Donald & Carol Smith (1979) 16 J.L.R. 490 per Carberry J.A. at page 498; "As regards moneys coming to the plaintiff under a contract of......
  • Ricardo Pellington (by next friend Karen Pellington) v Cecil Bowen
    • Jamaica
    • Supreme Court
    • 18 July 2002
    ...of her son have already been given. 14It is clear law that third party expenses are recoverable by the plaintiff (see Frank Coleman v Donald McDonald & Carol Smyth (1979) 28 W.I.R. 137 per Carberry J.A.) 15The issue is whether this expenditure and her loss of earnings for the week of h......
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