Cost of Care

Cost of care is compensation designed to improve the mental and physical health of the injured person.

Compensation may include reasonable expenses such as:

  • rehabilitation support services
  • housekeeping
  • home maintenance and handyman services
  • any equipment necessary to provide reasonable mobility and independence
  • medications
  • psychological services
  • physiotherapy
  • massage therapy
  • chiropractic services
  • physical therapy

Additional expenses may also include:

  • occupational therapy
  • educational and vocational support services
  • speech-language services
  • child care support
  • financial support services

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Examples

Case Result
Aberdeen v. Township of Langley, 2007 BCSC 993 $4.5 million
Terracciano (Guardian ad litem of) v. Etheridge, 1997 BCSC, B943125 $1.2 million
Spehar (Guardian ad litem of) v. Beazley, 2004 BCSC 926 $3.7 million