What is the test for a claim for future income loss under an earnings approach or capital asset approach?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Javier v. Hooper, 2014 BCSC 1253 (CanLII):

In assessing a claim for future income loss, whether under an earnings approach or a capital asset approach, a court must first inquire into whether there is a substantial possibility of future income loss: see Perren v. Lalari, at para. 25. As Madam Justice Garson said at para. 32:

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