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I am going to see an Attorney, regarding a car accident. The other side is definitely at fault, that has been agreed. Shortly after the accident, I was offered a new responsibility at work, that was out of my job description and would've been great experience towards hopes of future promotion. I turned it down because I was simply overwhelmed by the accident. I told my Supervisor I didn't feel capable of taking it on,because it was a great responsibility and I was simply too stressed.
Also, after this accident, I have been afraid of driving. The rental car I got was brand new and still, I only put 10 miles a day on it, because I was too scared to drive.
Can those two things be used when fighting for a fair amount for "pain and suffering?"...Thanks so much for your thoughts.
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