Ogden Tables

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Ogden Tables - (noun)


A set of statistical tables used in court cases in the UK. They are used to calculate future losses in cases of injury and fatal accident cases.


Source: Adapted from Wikipedia
Example of Use: Ogden tables, which are essentially actuarial tables, got their name from Sir Michael Ogden QC, who was chairman of the working party for the first four editions.