What is the burden of proving a plaintiff's injuries are not minor?

Nova Scotia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Warnell v. Cumby, 2017 NSSC 88 (CanLII):

The plaintiffs bear the burden of proving their accident related injuries are not minor and must do so with the appropriate medical opinion evidence: Gibson v. Julian, 2016 NSSC 15. This is the first case litigated since the 2010 change in the cap regulations.

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