When assessing future earning capacity, when assessing loss of future earnings capacity, has the court ever considered a loss of income projection or projection?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Hong v. Wagner, 2014 BCSC 373 (CanLII):

Similarly, when assessing a loss of future earning capacity, Stromberg‑Stein J.A. in Jurczak cited with approval the following statement from Parypa v. Wickware, 1999 BCCA 88: Ultimately, the court must base its decision on what is reasonable in all of the circumstances. Projections, calculations and formulas are only useful to the extent that they help determine what is fair and reasonable.

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