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A jury verdict released in 2017 in MIRANDA BILETSKI v. University of Regina & Regina Piranhas Summer Swim Club Inc. was rendered in favour of the plaintiff, Miranda Biletski, with liability found against the University of Regina. The jury awarded Ms. Biletski more than $9 million in damages, of which the large majority consisted of pecuniary damages: $6,224,584 for cost of care, plus $250,000 for residence modifications; $1,512,000 for loss of income; and $879,000 for loss of marriage/interdependence benefits. Alan McIntyre, QC of McKercher LLP law firm represented Ms. Biletski. Ms. Brown testified for the plaintiff in this jury trial in Regina. Ms. Biletski was also awarded non-pecuniary damages for pain and suffering equal to $295,000. Further damages for a tax gross-up (to be calculated by Brown Economic) is to be added, plus interest to the plaintiff's total money damages.

Order Canada Law Book's Damages: Estimating Pecuniary Loss, release #22 (November 2017)

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[1] Brown Economic Consulting has assessed loss of income using CSD/PALS/HALS research. CSD refers to the Canadian Survey on Disability. PALS refers to the Participation and Activity Limitation Survey and HALS refers to the Health and Activity Limitation Survey.
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