What is the relevant case law for assessing non-pecuniary damages in a personal injury case?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Riley v. Ritsco, 2018 BCCA 366 (CanLII):

The judge mentioned one case as being “particularly helpful” in assessing the appropriate non-pecuniary damages award in this case: Mandra v. Lu, 2014 BCSC 2199. The judge quoted from para. 121 of that case:

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