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I was in a high impact rear end collision, causing my car to be a total loss. My car is valued at $22,000. I have been suffering from severe back pain. I received the results from my MRI and there is no sign of a herniated disc, just that I have degeneration changes in my low back or as the nurse called it "arthritis." Yes, a nurse read my results of the MRI. I have never been diagnosed with this issue. I am trying to wrap my my around arthritis at age 31 in my back that just started hurting after a collision? Can high impact collisions aggravate these symptoms? What is the likelihood of recovery in this kind of aggravated injury? Has anyone ever handled this type of issue? I am currently out of pocket $4,800 not including the MRI cost or physical therapy.
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