Talk to your lawyer. If you feel uncomfortable with the advice you are being given, you may want to consult with another lawyer to seek a second opinion. Good luck.
Discuss this with your attorney.
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Get a second opinion from an attorney who actually files and does trials. Some law practices are settlement mills, meaning they recommend settling all cases and they move onto the next. In your case, the second opinion needs to focus on the issue of liability and the strength of your damage claim in terms of your doctor backing up your claim. Check with a local lawyer for the feasibility of this approach.
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