How to calculate future income loss in the context of loss of income earning capacity?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Hinagpis v Adaza III, 2019 BCSC 880 (CanLII):

Both past and future income loss are properly considered on the basis of loss of income earning capacity: Ibbitson v. Cooper, 2012 BCCA 249 at para. 19.

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