Is an employer responsible to help with injuries and property damage regarding an on-the-clock accident?

Question Details: I was on the clock making a bank deposit when I was hit by another vehicle, which was given citation. Their carrier wants to total my car which would pay off my loan but leave me no vehicle. I went to the ER due to back pains which have not gotten any better. I have no money to go to the doctor again. Since I would not have been there if I was not instructed by employer, do they need to assist with my injuries and loss of vehicle?

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