While mechanics are crucial to the disc golf throw, it's important to have your body in shape to throw. Talk about conditioning and injuries here.
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Why am I being asked to disclose my body injury & personal liability for a fender bender? I was involved in a fender bender accident. The shady car load of people are claiming body injuries and damage to their car. It has not been proven who is at fault, but I know the other car load is at fault because the driver was on the cell phone & made a sudden lane change. I'm sure it has been looked up on the computer that I own PROPERTIES so now it looks like I'm going to be taken for all I'm worth now.
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on Fri Jul 26, 2013 2:02 am, edited 1 time in total.
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cacoolee wrote:Why am I being asked to disclose my body injury & personal liability for a fender bender?
Who is asking you this? Let your company handle. Most refuse to disclose this until forced by interrogatories after suit.
This is what I do BTW. All day, every day.
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Sounds like they're afraid you'll sue them! Not the other way round.
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