What are the damages for reduction in quality of life for an injured party?

Alberta, Canada

The following excerpt is from Malinowski v. Schneider, 2010 ABQB 734 (CanLII):

An injured party is entitled to damages to compensate for reductions in the person’s quality of life, which include pain and suffering, loss of amenities, and reductions in life expectancy, which are usually grouped as a “composite award” for non-pecuniary damages: Andrews v. Grand & Toy Alberta Ltd.

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