You can make a claim for all damages reasonably believed to be caused by the December 2010 accident if it was the fault of another. If that should be the case, I would contact an attorney that handles motor vehicle accidents in your area.
If the accident was not the fault of another, then I would consult with a labor or employment law attorney who represents injured workers.
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If you received a settlement, then you must have signed a release of all claims that discharged the responsible driver for any further liability. If that is the case, you will not be able to seek additional compensation from that person or his/her insurance.
If you have additional questions, you should consult your attorney.
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