What is the threshold for impairment in a motor vehicle accident?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Jugmohan v. Royle et al., 2015 ONSC 1497 (CanLII):

In Meyer v. Bright, the court outlined the three-part inquiry to be undertaken in the threshold analysis as follows: 1. Has the injured person sustained permanent impairment of a physical, mental or psychological function? 2. If yes, is the function which is permanently impaired important? 3. If yes, is the impairment of the important function serious?

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