An elderly man who was hit by a young man riding an electric scooter is suing him for damages of about 10,000 yuan. The case was publicly heard in changping court yesterday. The son hopes the incident will serve as a reminder that new regulations in Beijing have banned electric scooters from the road.
Liu, 60, broke his collarbone and suffered head injuries after being hit by zhang while driving an electric scooter on the road on the night of July 10. After the incident, zhang will be sent to the hospital uncle liu treatment, uncle liu in the hospital has been accompanied, and advance payment of medical expenses.
Zhang said he drove the scooter at the speed of a second-speed electric scooter when he had to commute to work.
Because of the incident when the road dark, and at the gate of the community, he saw uncle liu when it was too late to dodge. Traffic management department affirms, small zhang did not press a regulation to avoid pedestrian, bear the responsibility of accident completely. Yu shigue uncle liu will be small zhang Sue to the court, the medical treatment cost that asks its compensation did not pay, cost of missed work, nutrition wait for a total of more than 10 thousand yuan.
Yesterday morning, changping court hearing the case. Uncle liu's son xiao liu and xiao zhang's father came to the court, respectively, as representatives of both sides.
Xiao liu raised the new medical fee of more than 2,000 yuan, but zhang's father did not accept it. "uncle liu has recovered, and the medical diagnosis from October to now indicates that there is no problem, and this expense should not be borne by us." He also questioned liu's unpaid wages. "he is over the retirement age and the company on the employment certificate he issued has been written off.
"To this, xiao liu retorted:" whose parents are injured and don't often go to the hospital for reexamination? My father's shoulder is still unable to move significantly, and the hospital has been giving him a false note. After all, old age, not so fast recovery."
It is reported that on the 1st of this month, Beijing implemented the > measures of road traffic safety law of the People's Republic of China. According to article 90, those who use balance vehicles and skateboards driven by power devices on the road can detain the devices and impose a fine of 200 yuan.
Liu said authorities are aware of the dangers of electric scooters, and he hopes his father's experience will remind the public of the dangers of electric scooters on the road.