Family members are entitled to reasonable compensation for the services they provide to an injured relative. These services are provided out of love and affection, not out of any desire for compensation. However, the law recognizes that these services have significant value in improving the mental and physical well-being of the injured family member and must be accounted for.
At Slater Vecchio, we understand the sacrifices made by family members in the rehabilitation process and will help make sure you receive adequate compensation.
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|Frers v. De Moulin, 2002 BCSC 408||$100,000|
|Spehar (Guardian ad litem of) v. Beazley, 2004 BCSC 926||$192,000|
|Aberdeen v. Township of Langley, 2007 BCSC 993||$96,000|