I understand your frustration, but unfortunately the courts will generally limit the damages to economic damages, so they will only allow for fair market value, plus the rental car fees incurred.
In order to prevail on a pain and suffering claim, there needs to be underlying personal injury, versus solely property damages.
The courts have been very strict in this application, which is frustrating because they don't acknowledge, for example, time off work to look for a replacement.
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