1) I think a payment to the victim for the possibility that he may experience some hardship in the future as a result of the subject incident, is a speculative basis. The future is unknown.
2) I accept the logic of making the wrongdoer pay punitive damages on top of the compensatory damages that he also pays.
I don't accept the logic of paying the punitive damages to the victim. The victim already received the amount needed to put him in the same position he was in prior to the subject incident. Instead I would pay those funds to a charity or governmental agency.
In the Eric Garner case, the family received $5.9 million. The payer is not Officer Pantaleo but New York City Citizens.