What is the test for loss of straight time work?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from O’Brien v. Cernovec, 2016 BCSC 1881 (CanLII):

On a claim for past loss of earning capacity, the plaintiff must first establish on a balance of probabilities that the injuries he sustained caused an impairment of his earning capacity. Then, in determining what might have happened in the past to enable the plaintiff to earn income, but for the accident, the court must decide if the event was a real and substantial possibility, and then determine the likelihood of it occurring: Smith v. Knudsen, 2004 BCCA 613 at paras. 28, 29, 36 and 37. Loss of Straight Time Work

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