What are some cases where a plaintiff has unreasonably failed to mitigate by undertaking an exercise program under the supervision of a personal trainer?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Leslie v Dool, 2019 BCSC 518 (CanLII):

In addition, I have considered Antoniali v. Massey, 2008 BCSC 1085, a decision upon which ICBC relies, where the plaintiff had unreasonably failed to mitigate by failing to embark on an exercise program under the supervision of a personal trainer to rehabilitate herself and to alleviate the continuing effects of her injuries.

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