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I had shoulder surgery a month ago, but today I was in a car accident. We were t-boned on the driver side (other driver was at fault). I was on the driver side in the back seat, my shoulder hit the glass/ door. We were only going about 20mph due to snow. I claimed injured, then went to the emergency room. All the tacks are in place still, but now I am back on vicodin. As I am in a lot of pain. Obviously I will want the other driver to pay for the x-rays and visit, I wasn't going to pursue anything else. But one of my roommates is pre-law and said I should try for pain and suffering among other things, especially since this might affect my school work due to vicodin and pain. Do I have a case even though I don't have to have surgery again?I was told by the doctors yesterday that my recovery is now pushed back a month, I basically have to start the healing process over.
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