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The property damage would be determined by the cost of repairs, and typically this will be determined by having a statement from a third party professional.
As for harassment and other pain and suffering, that varies; for example, if one had medical or therapy bills, that can be included as damages; so long as the damage is proximately caused-ie a direct result of the defendant's wrongdoing.
Pain and suffering is not allowed on its own; one must first prove physical damage.
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