in i think march 2010 i got heat on car accident a car got hit my car from back of my car and my car got some damage and i get paid that with fault insurance company .but that time my neck got hearth but that time i didnt get any doctor or ...do i have rights to ask insurance company any think as injury
State/Country relating to question: California
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