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My daughter was rear-ended by a drunk driver (who did not stop) as she was turning right into her apartment complex. Here is a link to a news report: http://m.columbian.com/news/2013/mar/04/suspected-drunk-driver-crashes-vehicle-tree/ She was evaluated at an emergency room. They said she had a mild concussion and some whiplash and gave her medicine & a neck collar. She seems to be mending. Her car was spun around and her laptop computer was thrown out of the trunk and damaged. The repair shop found frame damage as well as body damage and judged the car was totaled. She had recently purchased a 2009 model on which she has made no payments. Her policy covers up to the amount she owes, but she may still be on the hook for her down payment and fees. Is this enough to interest a lawyer?
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