About Me: Male, 46, Texarkana, TX, member since May 2008
I was a contractor until my car accident that left me unable to work and broke. I am still forgoing a lawsuit and have not seen any real doctors although I did get MRI done and have the report with the findings althought I know it says something bad I dont have a clue t
[More]o what it all means and I have been attending pain managment monthly and been on around $650.00 worth of painkillers a month and am tired of having to take them. However they say that the surgery I need is expensive and I live in Texas so the guys fault that hit me would only pay $25,000 and that was his minimum coverage. I was hit from behind I was at a dead stand still fixing to turn and he hit me doing aprox. 80mph knocked me out and hospital said I was fine and then started having severe back pain and now they are saying my back is messed up.
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