Tyler v. Sowinski, 2022 BCSC 878 Awarded $222,800

Chris Hart acted as lead counsel for the Plaintiff, Kevin Tyler, in a trial against ICBC, which admitted liability on behalf of Ms. Sowinski. The Supreme Court largely accepted Mr. Tyler’s arguments, awarding Mr. Tyler $85,000 in non-pecuniary damages, $60,000 in past income loss, $72,800 in future loss of earning capacity, and $5,000 in cost of future care for a total of $222,800 (ICBC had argued for non-pecuniary damages in the range of $30,000 to $50,000; $5,943.90 for past income loss; and argued that Mr. Tyler should not receive any compensation for loss of future earning capacity or costs of future care).

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