So basically I had a t-bone accident (I was hit on the side) and as a result of the crash the rear wheel on the driver-side is now tilted inwards (kind of like it had negative camber) and a little bit to the left. The problem is that when I see underneath the vehicle I can't tell if it is the axle that is bent or just the end of it (the opposite wheel looks just fine). Also note that the wheel does not wobble when rolling, and there is no apparent bent in the axle itself to the naked eye.
So I'm wondering, is there a way to fix this by just changing the wheel bearing and having my vehicle aligned? Or do I have to change the whole rear axle?
The vehicle is a 2003 Toyota Corolla. Below I leave an image of what type of suspension I'm talking about: