What is the impact of low impact on a plaintiff’s compensable injury?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Gonzales v. Voskakis, 2013 BCSC 215 (CanLII):

More recently, Mr. Justice Macaulay stated in Lubick v. Mei and another, 2008 BCSC 555 at para. 5, that “[t]he Courts have long debunked as myth the suggestion that low impact can be directly correlated with lack of compensable injury.”

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