I was rear ended in a car accident over a year ago and suffered an injury to my eyes called a vitreous tear, commonly known as eye floaters, a permanent condition I'll have to live with. I had no idea this issue was related to the accident but when I had my eyes checked out, the eye doctor immediately thought it was caused by a rear ending. In the only other serious accident I've been in I had a terrible experience with a lawyer who made promises he couldn't keep and ended up costing me money without providing any benefit. So I've been trying to work this case on my own until now. I now want to pursue my legal options because the insurance company is refusing to acknowledge that the accident caused my injury. Do I have a case with pursuing or should I just cut my losses settle for nothing?
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