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Damages in tort
Damages in tort
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Are child-rearing costs compensable in tort under any head of damages?
Are expenses incurred by the family of the deceased for accommodation in an expensive hotel in the last weeks of her life recoverable either in whole or in part?
Are expenses incurred by the family relating to medical treatments for the deceased recoverable either in whole or in part pursuant to her family's claims?
Are the amounts awarded for catastrophic injuries increasing and what are the key factors to consider?
Are there any cases where the courts have assessed damages for the loss of future earning capacity of a plaintiff who has lost some or all of their ability to work due to an injury suffered in some sort of accident?
Are travel expenses incurred by the family of the deceased during her treatment, recoverable, either in whole or in part?
Are travel expenses incurred by the family of the deceased to attend her funeral recoverable either in whole or in part pursuant to claims under s. 61 of Ontario's Family Law Act?
Are travel expenses incurred by the family of the deceased to attend her funeral recoverable either in whole or in part?
Can a deceased's estate recover non-pecuniary general damages in a personal injury action?
Can a plaintiff claim as damages in a tort action the loss of a payout resulting from increased absenteeism following an injury?
Can a plaintiff claim damages for loss of income and future earning capacity on unreported income?
Can a plaintiff who has suffered a trespass to land be entitled to more than just nominal damages?
Can damages be claimed for nervous shock when the plaintiff is informed about an accident but was not present?
Can lost wages/business income be considered when assessing the quantum of damages in an “in trust” claim, that is, where a spouse or family member provides care for the other spouse or a family member?
Can the plaintiff recover increased damages under the “thin skull” principle, in that the plaintiff's pre-existing disease and its symptoms have been exacerbated due to her fall?
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