No, I do not think so. But don't take my word on it - ask your favorite accountant or bean counter..
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You are not likely to recover any of the delineated damages. Particularly not the use of the truck on "hot" days. However, consult an accident attorney in your state if you have not already done so for further clarity.
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If you sustained any injury then you should consult with an injury attorney. Otherwise it is difficult to answer. You might also just file a small claims action should you have no injury. Good luck.
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