Consider the following dialogue:
A: Have you ever had a car accident?
B: I had a serious accident only last year.
Question 1. What does only convey here? Does it imply that B has been involved in a number of accidents, the most recent of which was last year? Or maybe B has had only one accident and it happened last year?
Question 2. Suppose we want to say something like "I have involved in many accidents and the one that happened last year is just one of them". Is there any equivalent sentence without using the words "just" or "only" (e.g., idiomatic expressions, etc)?