At the time I was an uninsured. The collision occurred 1.8 years ago and was very minor. Terms were agreed upon and I was set to make restitution payments for the damages to the car and bodily injury, although I had never seen the proof of either claim they seemed unfitting to the collision, I just wanted the event to be over (I've kept current with my restitution payments) and was overwhelmed and accepted full responsibility. The civil claim filed against me is for amounts I've paid upon and currently am paying upon with the addition of "pain and suffering", totaling about 1.5 times the amount of bodily injury done. How should I respond in my statement of defense if my case is against the "Pain and Suffering" endured by the Plaintiff and that I'm making payments on the other claims?
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