When a failure to mitigate is alleged, the defendant has the burden of proving not only that the plaintiff acted unreasonably in not attending recommended treatment but also the extent, if any, to which the plaintiff’s damages would have been reduced had she received the recommended treatment: Chiu v. Chiu, 2002 BCCA 618 at para. 57.
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