I went over a small pothole near roadworks and there was a quick rattle after I went through it. It didn't felt like a big one, it was almost like mounting the kerb and I was going with less than 30 mph. Soon after hitting it, I noticed the brake pedal has to go deeper than normal to slow down and there was an audible squeak from the brakes.
Just last week, I had my front disks and pads replaced and my rear shoes, drums and cylinders. It could be just the brakes adjusting to the new parts but I somehow suspect the pothole has something to do with it.
Other than that, the car runs fine and the brakes work, although the front ones are hotter than usual. There's also no evident damage on the suspension.
I'm taking the car to the garage tomorrow but I'm wondering if I should expect any damage due to the pothole?