PASSENGERS. THE CARRIER shall be liable for damages resulting from death or bodily injury to a Passenger by the sole reason that the act which caused the damages took place on board the aircraft or during boarding or deboarding the aircraft.
PASSENGERS. No driver shall allow anyone, other than employees of the Employer who are on duty, to ride on his truck except by written authorization of the Employer, or except in cases of emergency arising out of disabled commercial equipment or an Act of God. No more than two (2) people shall ride in the cab of a tractor unless required by government agencies or the necessity of checking of equipment. This shall not prohibit drivers from picking up other drivers, helpers or others in wrecked or broken down motor equipment and transporting them to the first (1st) available point of communication, repair, lodging or available medical attention. Nor shall this prohibit the transportation of other drivers from the driver’s own company at a delivery point or terminal to a restaurant for meals.
PASSENGERS. 21.06 No employee shall be permitted to allow anyone except employees of the Company who are on duty or other transport drivers broken down on the highway to ride on his truck except by written authorization of the Company.
PASSENGERS. THE CARRIER’s liability shall be limited to twenty-five grams of pure gold per Passenger.
PASSENGERS. For transportation of persons, THE CARRIER’s liability with respect to each Passenger shall be limited to the sum of 16,600 Special Drawing Rights. Note: U.S. Regulations require that for flights to or from the United States, or which include a stopover in the United States, the limit of liability shall not be less than USD 75,000.
PASSENGERS. If THE CARRIER proves that the injured person caused or contributed to the damage, the court may, pursuant to applicable legal provisions, release or mitigate THE CARRIER’s liability. THE CARRIER shall not be liable for a Passenger’s sickness which is not attributable to THE CARRIER’s negligence.
PASSENGERS. THE CARRIER is liable for damages resulting from death of a Passenger or any bodily injury sustained by a Passenger if the act causing the damages took place on board the aircraft or during boarding or deboarding.
PASSENGERS. THE CARRIER’s liability may be released or mitigated if it proves that the injured person caused or contributed to the damage.
PASSENGERS. THE CARRIER shall not be able to exclude or limit its liability if damages as described in paragraph 22.214.171.124 do not exceed 128, 821 Special Drawing Rights per Passenger. THE CARRIER shall not be liable for damages described in paragraph 126.96.36.199 exceeding the amount of 128, 821 Special Drawing Rights per Passenger if it proves that: