A jury awarded more than $6 million to a woman who alleged a rear-end collision caused painful shoulder injuries. In 2005, Liberti McDonald was driving her minivan in Tehachapi, when it was struck by a vehicle driven by David Biggs. McDonald claimed a bone bruise on her left shoulder developed into frozen shoulder. She was later diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome and reflex sympathetic dystrophy, which cause chronic and continuing pain. She said she will need pain management and other medical care for the rest of her life. Biggs admitted liability for the crash, but disputed McDonald's injury claims. The defense argued that McDonald fully recovered from her frozen shoulder and the other disorders weren't caused by the accident.