The second method, the additional costs method, awards the full amount for loss of prospective earnings. The cost of basic necessities is from the future care award. The additional costs method was utilized in Arnold et al v. Teno et al (1978), 1978 CanLII 2 (SCC), 83 D.L.R. (3d) 609 (S.C.C.).
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