Fortune Express, Inc. v. Court of Appeals

G.R. No. 119756, 18 March 1999, 305 SCRA 15 FACTS: A bus of Fortune Express, Inc. (FEI) figured in an accident with a jeepney which resulted in thedeath of several passengers including two Maranaos. It was found out that a Maranao owns said jeepneyand certain Maranaos were planning to take revenge by burning some of [...]

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Bachelor Express, Inc. v. Court of Appeals

G.R. No. 85691, 31 July 1990, 188 SCRA 216 FACTS: - On Aug 1980, a bus owned by Bachelor Express, Inc. (BEI) and driven by Cresencio Rivera came from Davao City on its way to Cagayan de Oro City passing Butuan City. - While at Tabon-Tabon, Butuan City, the bus picked up a passenger and [...]

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Isaac v. A.L. Ammen Transport Co., Inc.

G.R. No. L-9671, 23 August 1957, 101 Phil. 1046 FACTS: Cesar Isaac boarded Bus No. 31 from Ligao, Albay bound for Pili, Camarines Sur and seated himself on the left side resting his left arm on the window and with his left elbow outside the window.Before reaching his destination, a pick-up car at full speed [...]

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Philippine National Railways v. Court of Appeals

G.R. No. L-55347, 4 October 1985, 139 SCRA 87 FACTS: On 10 September 1972, at about 9:00 p.m., Winifedro Tupang, husband of Rosario Tupang, boarded Train 516 of the Philippine National Railways at Libmanan, Camarines as a paying passenger bound for Manila. Due to some mechanical defect, the train stopped at Sipocot, Camarines Sur for [...]

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Maranan v. Perez

G.R. No. L-22272, 26 June 1967, 20 SCRA 412 FACTS: Rogelio Corachea, on October 18, 1960, was a passenger owned and operated by Pascual Perez, was stabbed and killed by the driver, Simeon Valenzuela. Valenzuela was found guilty for homicide by the Court of First Instance and was sentenced to suffer imprisonment and to indemnify [...]

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Gillaco v. Manila Railroad Company

G.R. No. L-8034, 18 November 1955, 97 Phil 884 FACTS: That at about 7:30 a.m., on the morning of April 1, 1946, lieut. Tomas Gillaco, husband of the plaintiff, was a passenger in the early morning train of the Manila Railroad Company from Calamba, Laguna to Manila; That when the train reached the Paco Railroad [...]

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Pestano v. Sumayang

G.R. No. 139875, 4 December 2000, 346 SCRA 870 FACTS: Sumayang, accompanied by another person, was riding a motor vehicle on a highway in Cebu. While turning left at a junction, Sumayang was violently hit by a speeding bus driven by Pestano. Sumayang and his companion died due to the accident. The heirs of Sumayang [...]

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Calalalas v. Court of Appeals

G.R. No. 122039, 31 May 2000, 332 SCRA 870 FACTS: Sunga, then a college freshman majoring in Physical Education at the Siliman University, took a passenger jeepney owned and operated by petitioner Vicente Calalas. As the jeepney was filled to capacity of about 24 passengers, Sunga was given by the conductor an "extension seat," a [...]

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Cervantes v. Court of Appeals

G.R. No. 125138, 2 March 1999, 304 SCRA 25 FACTS: The private respondent, Philippines Air Lines, Inc. (PAL), issued to the herein petitioner, Nicholas Cervantes (Cervantes), a round trip plane ticket for Manila-Honolulu-Los Angeles-Honolulu-Manila, which ticket expressly provided an expiry of date of one year from issuance. The issuance of the said plane ticket was [...]

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Bayasen v. Court of Appeals

G.R. No. L-25785, 26 February 1981, 103 SCRA 197 FACTS: Saturnino Bayasen, the Rural Health Physician in Sagada, Mountain Province, went to barrio Ambasing to visit a patient. Two nurses from the Saint Theodore's Hospital in Sagada, viz., Elena Awichen and Dolores Balcita, rode with him in the jeep assigned for the use of the [...]

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