In Andres v. Leslie, 2005 BCSC 1096, the plaintiff suffered from a chronic condition three years after a motor vehicle accident. The court found that her condition would play a more important role in her working capacity, and eventually, as a result of her chronic neck and back pain, she might not be competitively marketable, and would have to retire early from her job. Her recreational life had been significantly adversely affected.
In Love v. Lowden, 2007 BCSC 1007, the plaintiff suffered from moderate to severe ongoing pain, and what were described as permanent, chronic, and ongoing injuries to his lower back and sacroiliac.
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