Tepco paid compensation for the man to have his wife return to Europe

The man in Sendai city Miyagi was claiming for damage for his wife evacuating to her home country in Europe.
The Dispute Resolution Mediators partially terminated the Dispute Resolution Procedures between him and Tepco by 12/10/2012 on the ground that Tepco is to pay 1,700,000 JPY for him.
Evacuation cost : 600,000 JPY
Increased living expense : 900,000 JPY
Transportation cost : 100,000 JPY
Consolation money : 0 JPY
He claimed for 7,000,000 JPY compensation from Tepco and Tepco did not pay consolation money. However, it’s a very rare case that a non-Japanese person evacuating out of Japan is compensated for the evacuation cost as it was claimed for.
Tepco stated there is no necessity to have to evacuate out of Japan. If Tepco pays consolation money, other evacuees would be affected, so it can’t be paid.
The man commented, the country of his wife was contaminated by Chernobyl accident, she and her family was seriously concerned. His family was departed and is having an extreme mental anguish. The resolved dispute brought a hope to other evacuees to out of Japan.





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Tepco paye des compensations à un homme pour que sa femme  puisse rentrer en Europe

Cet homme de la ville de Sendai dans le Miyagi réclamait pour que sa femme puisse évacuer dans son pays natal en Europe.
Les Dispute Resolution Mediators ont partiellement conclu la Dispute Resolution Procedure entre lui et Tepco le 10 décembre 2012 sur la base que Tepco lui paye 1 700 000 Yens.
Coût d’évacuation : 600 000 Yens
Surcoût des dépenses vivrières : 900 000 Yens
Transport : 100 000 Yens
Dommages et intérêts: 0 Yen
Il réclamait 7 000 000 Yens de compensation à Tepco et Tepco n’a pas payé de dommages et intérêts. Ceci étant, c’est un cas très rare où l’évacuation d’une personne non japonaise est compensée sur réclamation.
Tepco affirme qu’il n’est pas nécessaire d’évacuer le Japon. Si Tepco paye des dommages et intérêts, beaucoup d’autres évacués seraient concernés, donc ils ne pourraient pas payer.
L’homme précise que le pays de sa femme a été contaminé par l’accident de Tchernobyl, elle et sa famille ont été gravement impactées. Sa famille a été évacuée et vit depuis dans une angoisse permanente. La résolution de cette contestation apporte un espoir à tous les autres évacués du Japon.






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5 Responses to “Tepco paid compensation for the man to have his wife return to Europe”

  1. anonymous says:

    The money is nowhere near enough. TEPCO and the nuclear industry need to understand that their “accidents” have consequences, and they should be paid for. The fact that paying fair compensation would set a precedent that might bring other claims is not a justification. ALL damages should be paid by the nuclear mura. If they can’t pay, they shouldn’t be in a business that has such high risks.

  2. kintaman says:

    Hi Mochizuki-san. I think you made “bold” open tag but did not close it….as such all your previous posts now appear in bold. It is probably in this post that you did it. Just letting you know ;) . Keep up the great work!

  3. NucMed says:

    I am going to apply as well. How to find the lawyer who led the process or those family?

  4. Maria says:

    I want to apply too. How can I do this? How can I find a lawyer? I was in a similar situation.I am also from Europe, have been exposed to Cernobyl and then again in Japan. Got a thyroid nodule myself. Ran away with the baby, spent lots of money and had and still have high distress since the accident. It is not for the money, as health counts more! But, I can use this money for a noble cause: to protect the children. I am thinking daily at the children in Fukushima.

    • anonymous says:

      you might try

      http: / / blogos .com /blogger /masaki_kito /article/

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