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34.04. Damages Arising in the Future-Mortality Tables as Evidence of Damages-Injury CaseStart Your Free Trial $ 11.99
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34.04 Damages Arising in the Future--Mortality Tables as Evidence of Damages-- Injury Case According to a table of mortality in evidence, the life expectancy of a person aged [__] years is [__] years. This figure is not conclusive. It is the average life expectancy of persons who have reached the age of [__]. It may be considered by you in connection with other evidence relating to the probable life expectancy of the plaintiff in this case, including evidence of his occupation, health, habits, and other activities, bearing in mind that some persons live longer and some persons less than the average.