I know, this question is asked on here a lot. We are six months out from the accident. It was the dumbest thing to get so hurt by - a low speed rear end collision with a couple complicating factors. I was the only one in my car hurt (we were hit, she was at fault). They still can't figure out exactly what is wrong with me, they go back and forth with one doctor convinced its my shoulder and one convinced that its my neck. In the meantime, I lost two of the three jobs that I was working and am close to losing the third. My doctor's have been keeping me out of work but my own insurance company won't pay my lost wages. They keep coming up with one reason after another. We owe EVERYBODY under the sun money and last night they finally came and reposessed my car. I just don't get it. I thought my insurance would protect me. I paid the money for the extra coverage and its getting me nowhere. The stress from the financial situation is just making the injuries worse and they should know that. I don't know what to do. I have a lawyer - supposedly a good one - and still I am going through all of this. They actually tried to say I was faking because I initially went back to work. I didn't stay long and was in excruciating pain - but I tried because I thougt that that was the right thing to do and now I am being punished. And I read something someone else said about feeling like you are being watched all the time. I am constantly afraid that someone will look at me and decide that I am not in pain because I don't look like I am in pain. I have three kids and a family - I can't cry 24 hours a day whether I want to or not. Believe me, most days I wish I could. Today is one of them. Somebody please tell me that on the other side of all this it is better!
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