After a car has been wrecked and repaired, it is simply worth less money. The eventual potential buyer of a wrecked car is either going to ask about the crash history or get some sort of Carfax or similar report and find out about it, probably. There is a stigma associated with cars which have been involved in crashes, right or wrong. It can be necessary to hire a "diminished value" legal expert to measure the amount of this damage.
New study explains the gender differences that cause more women than men to be seriously injured in car crashes--women are more likely to be driving smaller, lighter cars than men.
Ava's case was unique and complex. Her injuries are permanent. It was a difficult case to evaluate despite our experience and background. It was one where we asked for help from the community by way of focus groups and one in which we continue to evaluate even today (by way of your comments and questions)