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  • Published by Jill Bishop,

If my injuries are psychological, causing honest but mistaken perceptions about my limitations, will the defendant be liable for my perceived limitations? What if I had no pre-existing psychological symptoms? In a unique case released in early 2016 (Pololos v. Cinnemon-Lopez 2016

  • Published by Jillian Dean,

What if I’m too scared to undergo surgery?  Will my total phobia excuse me from consequences of my failure to mitigate? In today’s judgment summary, we’re looking back at Supreme Court Case from 1985 called Janiak v Ippolito [1985] 1

  • Published by Jill Bishop,

If you are the victim of a “peeping tom” can you sue them for damages? In last week’s case of T.K.L. v. T.M.P. (2016 BCSC 789) the defendant was ordered to pay over $93,000 in damages, including $85,000 in pain

  • Published by Sara-Jane Bennett,

Since being in a crash I have become depressed and am having a difficult time coping with my situation. I feel like if I hadn’t been in the crash I wouldn’t feel like this. Who is responsible for this change