What is the quantum of damages for an unsuccessful party in a personal injury case?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Harry v. Moore, 2021 ONCJ 387 (CanLII):

[18] In determining the appropriate quantum, the court should consider the amount that the unsuccessful party could reasonably have expected to pay in the event of lack of success in the litigation. See: Arthur v. Arthur, 2019 ONSC 938. Part Three – Subrule 18 (14)

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