There was very little damage tothe car you were in.
(If you were a pedestrian) youwalked into the car.
When you saw a doctor youforgot to give a history of otherinjuries you have sustained inthe past.
At the time of the accidentyou were under the care of aphysician for a prior accident.
Your complaints to the doctorwere bizarre or exaggerated.
You were referred to yourcurrent doctor by a lawyer.
Our videotape surveillanceshows that you can do manyactivities without appearingto be in pain.
The doctor's records indicatethat he observed you walkingnormally when you did notknow you were being watched.
You had a subsequent (later)accident which is the real causeof the problems you complainabout from this accident.
You didn't notice the other caruntil impact or immediatelybefore impact and thereforewere inattentive.
You exaggerated the wrongdoer'sspeed to the police and thus youare not credible.
You were exceeding the speedlimit and could have avoided theaccident if you had been goingslower.
You gave no stop or turn signalor made an unsafe lane change.
You were not in the intersectionfirst.
No independent witnesses werefound to substantiate yourversion of the accident (thepeople in your car don’t count).
According to our "book" this im-pact could not have caused theinjury you are complaining of.
Your medical records showthat your injuries preexistedthe accident.
The accident was so minimalthe police were not summonedto come.
You refused a trip to thehospital after the accident.
The hospital emergencydepartment did not record anycomplaints of pain in the areayou are now complaining about.
You have no visible signs of injury.
You waited too long to see adoctor.
You saw the wrong type of doctor.
You saw a doctor known forover
treating injury victims inorder to make a lot of money.
We know that your lawyer willnever go to trial.
You have a history of otherclaims over the last ten years.
No other person involved in theaccident had injuries.