Nope. But I KNOW people are. When people say life is unfair, I consider it a cop out by someone who's too afraid to outright declare another person is wronging them in some way. If I get hit by a meteor, that's totally fair. I'm 35. I've avoided being hit by tens of thousands of meteors in my life up until then. It's just probability. Other people got hit by meteors, what makes me so special that I can't be?
What I've learned from the studies is that the more fair something is, the less fair people think it is because they lose their advantage. That's because people expect to excell at everything they're interested in or experiencing. And when faced with that reality, they tend to double down on their position(s) instead of accepting the reality of their situation. People think life isn't fair because they've idealized it.
Life is random. You win some, you lose some. For something to be unfair, it must choose to be. At least that's how I see it. That's my opinion. Disagree if you wish, I don't mind. I just don't care for a debate.