What is the impact of the absence of an accurate medical and factual history in assessing causation?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Mudry v. Minhas, 2010 BCSC 637 (CanLII):

In assessing causation, an accurate medical and factual history is critical. The absence of an accurate history means that an expert opinion will be of limited assistance: Butterfield v. Choufour, 2005 BCSC 179 at para. 18.

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