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Yes, this would be covered under negligence law and personal injury. You will want to get a hold of at least 5 years of your medical records and make an appointment with a personal injury law firm that will sue or threaten to sue the professor and the college for negligence or gross negligence. This case will likely turn on what the doctors/expert witnesses say for both sides as to the cause of injuries and whether it was proximately related to the event you described.
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