Ain't that the truth. I'm still suffering from the aftereffects of
having my car rear-ended 10 years ago. Kind of wish I hadn't taken the
money and closed the case.
You should go see the doc, but my knee does that, and I haven't been on a
bicycle in ten years. ;-)
My doc says it's caused by middle age.
Seriously. Go talk to your own insurance professional. You may want to
consider settling on the bicycle damages, and leaving the medical portion,
the piece that's much more difficult to fix, open to see how things heal.
The only one who really needs to close the file quickly is the adjuster for
the company whose insured ran into you.
Bicycles and cars are just replaceable things. If your mobility or stamina
is affected, your business and family's livelihood is impacted, and $2500
is a drop in the bucket.
Exactly the advice I would give you (not having followed it myself).
The aftereffects of an accident can take months or years to show up.
Make sure your doctor understands *every time* you see him/her that
this complaint is related to the accident - and make sure they put
that in the chart.
Here's hoping that it all heals up and is fine by the end of the week.
I worked all day on it today with little pain. kneeling makes it ache. the sore
spot is right where I got hit by the car.
the whole time it has hardly been bad enough to need Tylenol. except at night
where laying on it made it irritating to sleep.
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