Case is worth pursuing. However, without knowing medical damages and expenses, it is impossible to evaluate. You should consult a personal injury attorney. Many of them offer free consultations.
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If you don't have an attorney you simply will not be taken seriously. True whiplash is serioius so if this occured to your daughter, how can you not pursue? How can you say "I don't see a long delayed case here" and "other insurance company has accepted fault" and then wonder if this is worth pursuing? Without medical treatment and advise on damages from a professional based on medical evaluation no one can answer your question. Somethng doesn't really add up when one reads your last sentence.
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