In assessing future loss of earning capacity for loss of past and future earning capacity, what is the test for a loss of future earnings allowance?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Wang v Johal, 2019 BCSC 1036 (CanLII):

In assessing an award for past and future loss of earning capacity, allowances should be made and the award must be fair and reasonable taking into account all of the circumstances: Falati v. Smith, 2010 BCSC 465 at para. 41, aff’d 2011 BCCA 45.

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