If after being re-referred to physical therapy I can't afford the co-pay, what are my options?

Question Details: I was involved in a car accident last year. An older woman ran a stop sign and T-boned my car. That same day I went to the non-emergency clinic and a few days later I went to my primary care doctor. He then referred me to physical therapy after being released from therapy, I still had a little pain so I went back to my primary doctor. This time he referred me to an orthopedic surgeon who had me get an MRI which showed that I have mild supraspinatus and peritendinopathy. After making this discovery, I was injected with cortisone in my shoulder and re-refereed to physical therapy. What kind of settlement can I expect?

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