What is the test for having an objective finding of permanent pain?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from Adams v. Taylor, 2013 ONSC 7920 (CanLII):

There is no requirement that there be objective findings to show permanence. It is well established that chronic pain will meet the requirement of permanence for the purposes of the threshold. (Tulloch v. Akogi (2007), 2007 CanLII 58408 (ON SC), 85 O.R. (3d) 793 (S.C.J.).)

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