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Can age of natural death of parents be used as an actuarial measure of projected years of continual pain and suffering for an auto accident victim?

by Rick
(Orlando, FL USA)

Rear end collision resulting in approx. $8-10,000 of damage to offending vehicle front end.

Loss of mobility and pain to victim resulting in inability to continue walking, dancing or sports as witnessed in his previous activities including volleyball, ballroom dancing, lifting, carrying, etc.

Has there been a precedent using actual ages of parents at passing in place of actuarial tables to estimate remaining life duration of pain & suffering & loss of abilities/activities?


Hello David,

Yes, I am sure there has been precedent about that. Contact a local attorney and/or an Economist to help you figure out life expectancy.

Good Luck,
Auto Insurance Claim Advice
Spokane Washington

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