What would happen if someone hits from the back while driving and I peered myself ?
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Theoretically you have a case. By the time you spend money (I'm not even talking about lawyers' fees) and spend lots of time it very probably wouldn't be worthwhile.
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I assume you are stating that by "peered" yourself, you are referring to urinating on yourself.
Unless this is going to be some sort of lasting condition, the only settlement you can probably achieve here is a personal property damage claim for the replacement of your underwear and pants if they were ruined. No injury = no injury settlement.
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If your only injury is wetting yourself, you don’t have any injury claim.
If you’re serious, you might want to reconsider. Realize that injury cases require actual injuries.
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