The prior case will have no impact on your ability to recover damages in the current motor vehicle collision. All measures of damages, economic (medical bills, expenses, etc.) and non-economic (pain, suffering, etc.) are available to you.
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Definitely not. Your son's case is separate from your case. I hope you got checked out at the hospital following your accident. Assuming the person who hit you is insured, you should speak to an attorney to assist you with your claim. I'd be happy to speak with you. www.nphm.comAsk a similar question
No. It will have no effect on your case. Get the medical treatment you need and consult with an attorney to further advise you.
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