How to assess past loss of earnings or earning capacity?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Kaiser v. Williams, 2015 BCSC 646 (CanLII):

The approach to assessing a past loss of earnings or earning capacity was set out usefully by Verhoeven J. in Gillam v. Wiebe, 2013 BCSC 565 at paras. 90 to 95, as follows:

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