People who file tort claims against the U.S. government must put a dollar figure on their damages up front even if they don’t know the final tab because they are still being treated, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday.

The precedential decision construing the Federal Tort Claims Act affirmed dismissal of a personal injury claim in White-Squire v. United States Postal Service, No. 09-1577.

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