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Q. And you told the jury before that you never were injured, the same parts of your body prior to the accident we are talking about today, which was July of 2014, you remember that testimony?A. Yes.Q. Take a look at that document marked as Defendant's A for identification. Does that refresh your recollection as to whether or not you injured your back in June of 2002?A. Not that I injured my back, I hurt my back, but not injured it.Q. Hurt your back in the accident of 2002?A. Yes.Q. So when you told the jury just moments ago that you never had any injuries to your back, that you injured your back only in this accident, that wasn't true, correct?A. That is true, I didn't injure my back, I hurt my back.Q. Did you bring a lawsuit for the accident from June of 2002?A. I believe so.Q. So, you're telling us for the first time on cross-examination you had a back injury and a lawsuit from an auto accident in 2002, correct?A. No, but my back was hurting in 2002. It was not injured.Q. Did you answer untruthfully on questions from your attorney because you thought the jury would give you less money?Q. So you brought a lawsuit but you're telling us you weren't injured; is that right?A. Right, my back was in pain.Q. Your back was in pain?A. My back was hurt, but it was not injured.Q. Your back pain is the reason you brought the lawsuit, isn't it?A. Yes.
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