SC-108 is a Motion To Correct Or Cancel and SC-105 is a Request For Court Order and Answer. Either of these will achieve what a Motion for Reconsideration is. Generally speaking, you have 30 days to file a Motion to Vacate or to file an appeal. The time frame for filing the SC-105/SC-108 is that same 30 days, however, I would not wait.
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Is my request valid and does "Reconsideration of the judgment to include remedial treatment and pain and suffering" sound okay for the request?
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Yes, but I would say, "Reconsideration of the judgment to include damages for remedial treatment and pain and suffering."
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