Personal Injury Damage Assessments in British Columbia
**This title is Print on Demand – please expect a potential delay in processing and shipping.**This work is a catalogue of cases dealing with the assessment of personal injury damages arising from motor vehicle accidents as well as other causes. The digests offer a succinct statement of the facts and enumerate the details of the quantum of damages awarded.
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The first group of cases relates to damage assessments arising in the event of death. The second group consists of cases of the gravest injuries. The next are serious injuries but where some capacity for work and enjoyment of life remains. The subsequent groups are classified by specific parts of the body or by the specific nature of the injuries.
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