You can try, but assuming you show liability, you must show your damages. Your income would be speculative and you will not be awarded damages on speculative damages. Consult a local PI attorney.
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Colleges are able to change their graduation requirements and program requirements as they see fit. They are able to make a determination on whether you can move on in you program as well. You could consult a local education or personal injury attorney to discuss possible options.
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