This is my latest in a series of podcasts discussing topics of interest in BC personal injury lawsuits.
Today I address pre-existing injuries and how these can be relevant in assessing damages in personal injury claims.
You can listen by clicking on the following link: bc-injury-law-blog-pre-existing-conditions
If you want to learn more about pre-existing conditions and their treatment in personal injury lawsuits you can click here to access my archived posts on this topic.
UPDATE: Since initially uploading this podcast the BC Court of Appeal released important reasons addressing injuries with multiple causes. You can click here to read my article discussing this important case.
Tag: BC Injury Law Podcast
This is the first in what I intend to be a series of podcasts discussing topics of interest involving ICBC and other BC personal injury claims.
Today’s topic is valuing a person’s non-pecuniary damages (money for pain and suffering and loss of enjoyment of life) as a result of injuries caused by the fault of another. To listen simply click on the following link: bc-injury-law-podcast-non-pecuniary-damages
The case discussed in this Podcast is Stapley v. Hejslet, 2006 BCCA 34 and can be found by clicking here.