Ms. Cheema claimed that as a result of her MVA in 2012 she was unable to perform basic household chores, she hired a lady who assisted her about 50-52 hours per month & she paid her $1,100 per month. Continue reading
Ms. Dabu suffered injuries to her neck, back & shoulder in an mva. She claimed at trial that her ability to do the housework she previously did remained very limited. Her husband and children took on almost all of the cooking, cleaning and gardening duties she did before her mva.
She claimed compensation of $20,000 for past and $84,000 for future loss of housekeeping capacity.
Ms. Fletcher (née Rutter) was in an mva in 2007 from which she suffered chronic neck & lower back strain.
She lived with her fiancé. After her accident, her mother came to stay with them for the first 3-4 months & helped to take care of Ms. F’s needs.
Her lawyer argued that her mother & fiancé should be compensated for:
- driving Ms. F to appointments,
- grocery shopping and
- household tasks (laundry, meals, and other day-today needs as required)
Ms. Gabor was unable to avoid colliding with a pick-up truck that ran a red light. She incurred a brain injury with memory loss and chronic shoulder pain.
After the accident, her parents frequently flew from Lethbridge to Vancouver, rented an apartment or stayed at a hotel and provided her with assistance.
Two issues were whether her parents should be compensated for:
- their travel expenses and
- the services they provided their daughter.
Ms. Hsu is a highly-educated woman who was involved in a motor vehicle accident in Burnaby. As a result of the impact she developed shoulder pain and headaches. She went to trial in June of 2015 seeking compensation for her injuries after not being able to reach a settlement
Mr. Hajikolai was a student who was completing his Master’s degree when he was rear-ended by another vehicle. As a result of the accident, his pre-existing back pain flared up. Doctors concluded that his condition would likely be permanent.