So, my Model 3 was in its third accident last April 19. This time, I got rear ended during stop-and-go traffic. The at-fault party admitted complete liability to me, highway patrol, and his own insurance. I even have video footage from my dash cams as well as TeslaCam, including a recording of him admitting liability. I took my vehicle to get inspected 3 days later. I had barely used my car during those days. I hand-washed it right before taking it to get inspected, to make the damage more clear to see. I received the inspection report an hour later and it included the bumper and trunk lid. However, hours later, after work, I noticed a crack on my rear windshield. It was a stress crack: I called the same inspector the next day to tell them about it but they said they couldn't do anything about it as they had already taken a look at it and didn't see it and that I should call the insurance. I called the insurance and they told me to take it to get inspected again. I kept calling them both until the insurance finally said I should wait for the body shop to take a look at it and give me a supplement including that damage. So I set up and appointment, letting the body shop know about and they said they'll definitely point it out.imess More than a month later, I was finally able to take my car to Tesla's body shop in Pomona (long waitlist!). I just got the call that my vehicle is ready for pick up, but the adjuster issuing the supplement rejected the crack as it was not there during initial inspection. Now I'm at a loss of what to do. Should I keep pestering the insurance asking them to cover it? Would threatening with legal action help? Is my only option to make a separate claim about it and pay my deductible? The other party and I both have Geico, so I doubt that calling them to try and recover the deductible from themselves would help.