عربي
10 ربيع الآخرة 1441  ,  07 كانون الأول 2019

All Fatawaas

Person Causing Damage is Obliged to Offer Compensation After I had a car accident, I sustained an acute right hand injury : torn tendons, fracture and skin mutilation at the elbow joint. By law, I`m entitled to receive compensation from the driver, the insurance company and the car owner. However, I want nothing from the driver, but I will take whatever compensation I can get, by law, from the insurance company, and I`m planning to claim a compensation from the car`s owner as well because I was harmed both physically and psychologically. Is that permissible? • Read More
Adherence to Health Insurance Regulations Specifying Beneficiaries is Obligatory What`s the ruling when my nephew, who is under my guardianship, benefits from my health insurance and since regulations stipulate that male beneficiaries should be under eighteen, he meets this condition? • Read More
Rulings on Bequests and Inheritance don`t apply to Funds of Solidarity Funds A social solidarity fund has been established to provide for the families of the subscribers after the latter`s death where beneficiaries, named by subscribers, are given a compensation. Is this sum considered part of the inheritance? and is it permissible that the subscriber names certain beneficiaries other than the inheritors? • Read More
Ruling on Taking Compensations of Insurance Concluded without the Employee`s Permission The compensation system employed by the university where I work stipulates that in case of death, an employee`s family shall receive so much as twelve times his basic salary. In return, the university receives a group insurance document that covers death, total disability, and permanent partial disability. Accordingly, what is the Islamic ruling on the following: 1-Employees benefiting from the insurance although they had no say as to subscribing to it or not? 2-Human resources managing insurance contracts and dealing with insurance companies, as part of their job description? • Read More