By being "made whole" means you should be in the same position you were before the accident took place. While you may not have a car at the end of settlement, with the old car loan being paid off does this afford you to go out to acquire a new vehicle?
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Being made whole means placing the person in the same position they were in before the damages occurred. Usually this means an amount of money which covers the damages incurred. You cannot make a profit from the damages.
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