To evaluate loss in personal injury and fatal accident actions, a wide range of factors must be considered, including future earning capacity, costs of care, and numerous other levels of personal injury damages. This edition will help you to properly determine the amount a plaintiff is owed.
Publication Date: looseleaf current to 2019 (reordered on a 3-yr cycle)
This text provides a unique approach to blending economic data with case law from civil litigation cases. Each economic principle or assumption is found in cases throughout Canada so counsel will know which economic assumptions judges will accept and which ones they will not.
This title provides comprehensive coverage of cases, legal principles, and commentary, including future directions for development of the law offering an updated edition of the 1981 and 1996 treatises on assessment of damages for personal injury and death in Canada.
Also available in print: KE8532 .C37 2014 LAW (Reserve).
This title is part of the ESSENTIALS OF CANADIAN LAW series.
The title includes developments regarding remedies for breach of contract with alternative modes of performance and wrongfully dismissed employees’ entitlement to discretionary benefits. Chapters also deal with damages for personal injury, restitutionary remedies, certainty and causation, remoteness of damages, mitigation, and reasonableness of liquidated damages clauses.
This edition explores damages under the Human Rights Act 1998, and negotiating damages. It also offers an analysis of Supreme Court decisions on key areas such as: negotiating damages; damages for death; on penalty clauses; and on equitable remedies for equitable wrongs.