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  • Published by Jill Bishop,

If I am injured in high school, how will a judge determine my future income loss? What if I was an excellent student, with plans for medicine or nursing? In this week’s case of Bhatti v. Ethier (2018 BCSC 1779), the plaintiff

  • Published by Jill Bishop,

If my career plans are waylaid by my injuries, how will a judge assess my future income loss? What if there is uncertainty about whether I would have achieved my planned designation? In a decision published earlier this week (Flores

  • Published by Sara-Jane Bennett,

If a loss of capacity is supposed to be an assessment, not a calculation, is there a need for economic evidence? In Dunbar v. Mendez, (2016 BCCA 211), the trial judge assessed the plaintiff’s loss of capacity to earn income

  • Published by Jill Bishop,

If you are injured, but your employer accommodates your injuries such that the actual financial loss is minimal, are you entitled to past and future income loss? If so, how is the loss assessed? In this week’s case of Ali