the problem may lie in the way you relate your complaints and history. Be exact in describing the fact of the accident and all conditions you believe are directly related or arising out of that accident. Your reference to the 2006 thigh tumor should only be referenced after the doctor/hospital staff has taken down your present complaints and then asks about "prior" medical history. It also sounds as if you should be seeing a neurologist as the tingling and numbness in the legs may be related to injury to the spine; at least get that ruled out. Follow the advice given by the other attorneys.
If you were in a car accident that was not your fault and you were injured, retain a personal injury lawyer to investigate. Find one with a low contingency fee, less than 30%, so you are left with the lion's share of the settlement, not your lawyer. Good luck.
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As to the Medical problem, see a new doctor in a different setting / practice. Peraps your accident attorney can recommenf=d one.
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