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Cost of future care

  • Published by Jillian Dean,

Can I be compensated for things like vibrators if they’re necessary for me to get my mojo back after a serious injury?  How will the court figure out what will help me? In reasons released this week, the British Columbia

  • Published by Jill Bishop,

I find that massage and physiotherapy are crucial to managing my symptoms, and maintaining my functioning. What evidence will satisfy a judge that this care is reasonably necessary for my future? I recently summarized the income loss analysis in Bains v.

  • Published by Jill Bishop,

I feel that I need a great deal of future care to maintain my function. Will the court make the defendant pay for this for the rest of my life?  What factors will be considered? The case of  Jamal v. Kemery-Higgins (2017

  • Published by Sara-Jane Bennett,

As a result of my crash injuries, I require injection therapies that will be ongoing, potentially for the rest of my life. As time goes on, much like the cost of groceries and gas, it is expected that the cost

  • Published by Jill Bishop,

If a plaintiff has previously been injured, and the previous injuries require some ongoing treatment, can she/he claim for compensation for future treatments? The claim for future treatment expenses is called “cost of future care”.    What is the purpose of

  • Published by Paul Hergott, Personal Injury Lawyer,

How do courts determine a reasonable length of future care? In the June 23, 2015 decision in Johal v. Meyede, 2015 BCSC 1070,  Mr. Justice Fent makes a fresh determination in regard to a cost of future care award; after