Hello and thank you for entrusting me to assist you. I am very sorry to hear about your accident but glad to hear you are okay and have made a full recovery.
Judging by the amount of damage to your vehicle and the cost of your medical expenses, it sounds like this was a rather severe accident, and so settlement should be taken seriously.
I am not a physician nor have I reviewed any of your medical reports, but I can tell you from my experience handling a tremendous number of similar accident cases that latent injuries are not uncommon (particularly in the neck and back), and so it is important to be confident that you are fully healed--or at least fully aware of the extent of your injuries--before settling your case. You only get one chance to settle, and if you settle for an amount that doesn't take into account the full extent of harm, you are forever barred from re-opening your claim and demanding more.
A rough rule of thumb on personal injury cases is that general damages
(also known as "pain and suffering damages") tend to equal 1-2 times the amount of reasonable medical expenses incurred. However, there are a lot of other soft factors, such as unique emotional trauma, tissue scarring, age, etc. that can influence this amount higher or lower.
Even though your medical expenses are high, it would appear that your actual injuries--at least those presently known to you--are not terribly severe. Therefore, I would typically err on the lower end of the spectrum on my claim for general damages. In a case similar to yours, this would mean shooting for a final number on general damages equaling about $20,000, which in turn means making an initial offer of at least 50% greater, or about $30,000.
Again, these numbers are highly fact-dependent and I am not in a position to provide actual advice. My answer should be construed only as a general guideline for cases with similar facts. I do hope that you find this information helpful, and if you have any further questions please do not hesitate to ask. I will do everything I Can to assist you further.
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