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How are Pain & Suffering Damages Calculated in California?
How are Pain & Suffering Damages Calculated in California?

Pain and suffering damages are often what provide the largest payout to plaintiffs in personal injury claims in California. How are these types of damages calculated, though, if they are reflective of such abstract concepts? Insurance companies are not bound by any rule that ...

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