Where the plaintiff’s injuries are such that they can no longer form or maintain certain types of relationships, the court may award damages for the loss of an interdependent relationship. Not all relationships will attract such damages, nor is it the loss of the relationship itself that is compensable. Rather, these damages are aimed at compensating the plaintiff for the loss of the opportunity to form a relationship which may provide the plaintiff with an economic benefit. Continue Reading…
By Ian Mair
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