What sorts of things do people get compensated for in a slip and fall case?
- Damages for your pain and suffering
- Past, present, and future loss of income
- Medical and rehabilitation expenses including retraining, assistive devices, transportation costs, and other such losses
- A portion of your legal expenses
- Repayment to the Ontario Ministry of Health for expenses incurred in treating you
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