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Quincy B's Manager Lewis McCarthy Charge for Civil Liability

10 April 2017 / Berenice Mulubah 

Lewiz McCarthy manager of Quincy B
  Liberia National Police has charged Lewiz McCarthy, manager of the late Quincy B, for civil liability and violation of the insurance law of Liberia.
McCarthy, who was released by his lawyer, will be responsible for injury expenses for artist CIC, who was also involved in the accident, because the car was not insured, according to the LNP charges.
According the Liberian Daily Observer, the late Quincy B's family, Lewiz McCarthy and others were all invited on Friday at the LNP Headquarters in Monrovia.
Under Chapter 5 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of Liberia, which is captioned, Civil Liability, every owner of a vehicle used or operated on any highway to which this title is applicable shall be liable and responsible for deaths or injuries to a person or property(ies) resulting from negligence in the use or operation of such vehicle.

The late singer did not have a driver's license and the vehicle was registered in McCarthy's name. The police say this is in violation of police motor vehicle regulations.
According to our source, McCarthy is being processed to court.

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  1. smfh what does drunk driving have to do with the lack of a driver license or an in proper documentation???? My people oooo somebody plz explain how those two connect.

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