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I was involved in a auto accident in Rockville, MD on September 2010. 3-day trial held Mar 2013. Sustained body injuries, and hearing loss (Tinnitus) Went to physical therapy & hearing doctors. Lost time from work; incurred large medical debt and expenses (approx 30000 total). The defendant admitted liability. The judge instructed the jury to determine non-economic damages; that there was no need to determine liability since it was admitted to by the defendant. The jury verdict awarded $3,000. Post trial motion - denied. I wish to appeal because this is not fair or adequate to make make losses right. None of the evidence or bills were reviewed by the jury. How can I right this wrong? I need some direction from this forum. Help me please.
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