Author: Steve Weintraub
- Size: 8.5 X 11 Inches (US)
Whatever type of case you're working on, you will find the exact information you need without wasting hours on research. The 2021 Future Damage Calculator breaks down the life expectancies of men and women by gender, age, and ethnic background. It also gives their worklife expectancies, including the average number of remaining years of labor force participation. This year's data is based on the new life tables standard and shows estimates for single-race groups.
Additionally the calculator contains the average life expectancies for Thirty-one countries, more than ever before! Countries featured on the 2021 calculator include the United States, Canada, Australia, Brazil, China, Cuba, Afghanistan, France, Germany, India, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea North and South, Libya, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Russia, Spain, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, Syria, Thailand, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, Venezuela, and the World. The new calculator also reflects annual changes in life expectancies for the male and female populations, as well as the total population size, of the countries listed. Eight new life expectancy data tables have been updated for 2021 including Hispanic Male and Female, Non-Hispanic White Male and Female, Non-Hispanic Black Male and Female, Total Male and Female, Hispanic Population, Non-Hispanic White Population, Non-Hispanic Black Population, and Total Population with the most recent figures.
The flip side of the calculator provides the Present Value Tables sorted by a wide range of interest rates showing the present value of future lost earnings or any other anticipated annual future damages. The 2021 calculator contains Present Value Tables, which are important for calculating worker’s compensation claims. It also includes the latest findings on general fertility rates by race in the United States. This calculator is ideal for use in trial, for research, settlement conferences, insurance and structured settlement offers.