The plaintiff was injured in a 2013 motor vehicle accident. She alleged to have chronic pain as a result of her injuries. Following the trial, the jury awarded the plaintiff $40,000.00 in general damages. The jury did not award the plaintiff anything for her claims for lost income, loss of competitive advantage, loss of housekeeping capacity, or healthcare costs. The jury awarded $0.00 to the plaintiff’s mother, who was a Family Law Act claimant. On the defendant’s threshold motion, Justice Coats concluded that the plaintiff did not meet the threshold. The plaintiff’s evidence was found not to be credible. Justice Coats preferred the opinion of Dr. Boucher (chronic pain specialist for the defence) over the opinions of the plaintiff’s experts, Dr. Berbrayer and Dr. Tippin (who relied heavily on the plaintiff’s self-reporting).