A-25, r. 12 - Regulation respecting indemnities payable under Title II of the Automobile Insurance Act

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26. For the purposes of section 22 of the Act, an accident victim who is a minor may be considered incapable of performing the usual activities of a person of his or her age where the minor:
(1)  if under 6 months of age, is in a comatose state or cannot sleep or be fed as an infant normally would;
(2)  if between 6 months and 24 months of age, is incapable of making the movements and gestures usually considered typical for a child of his or her age due to a severe inhibition of his or her mobility necessitated by his or her condition;
(3)  if between 2 years of age and his or her sixth birthday, is incapable of walking or of performing those movements considered to be the most important and the most typical for a child of his or her age, or is not able to express his or herself as well as a child of his or her age usually does; or
(4)  if 6 years of age or over, is not able to continue or begin all his or her normal studies.
O.C. 1263-83, s. 26.