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I received a settlement for a personal injury in a mall in 1999. When I fell I retained injuries to my neck and low back. Unfortunately I was living out of state at the time of settlement in 2002. At the time of settlement the doctors had not taken any MRIs or CTs of my neck even though there were signs indicating the need. About 2 yrs ago the symptoms got so bad it resulted in the removal of a disc in my neck and insertion of an artificial one. Now the surgery has caused Sleep Apnea. Would if be possible to reopen the case on the basis that the nerve damage and herniated disc weren't diagnosed at the time of settlement?
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