Bangladeshi brothers suing S'pore employer for damages after separate incidents left them permanently disabled

Jahid now depends on a wheelchair (left) while his brother Janaed became a bedridden quadriplegic after their accidents. PHOTO: COURTESY OF JAHID FAMILY
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SINGAPORE - Two brothers who effectively worked for the same employer have sued the employer and other related companies for damages, after they both fell from a height while working and became permanently disabled in separate incidents.

Bangladeshis Jahid, 40, and Janaed, 44, who both go by one name, were work permit holders here but have since returned to their country after their accidents in 2018.

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