What is the test for determining whether a person who suffers from motor neurone disease has a significant impairment in the way they interact with the world around them?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Morgan v. Saquing, 2015 ONSC 2647 (CanLII):

The test is whether the impairment has a significant effect on a person’s enjoyment of life even when the person returns to carry on daily activities (May v. Casola, [1998] OJ 2475 (CA), at para. 1).

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