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The predictability of calculating general damage values in personal injury claims can be highly speculative. By its nature, pain and suffering is a subjective experience. It is difficult for an individual to measure his own pain, let alone the pain of another. In the case of Voland v. Farmers Insurance Co. of Arizona (1997), the court observed that the calculation of general damages is “no more precise or predictable than throwing darts at a board.”

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