On 6/29/11, an elevator door at work closed on my back. After several months of complaining of moderate to severe pain the workers comp doctor sent for Thoracic and Lumbar MRIs. They excluded the Cervical MRI, for some unknown reason. The MRIs completed before the car accident revealed bulging neck discs, and Syringomyelia. On 11/29/11, I was involved in a minor car accident and released from the hospital with minor pain. The car accident was not my fault. On 4/12/12, when I requested my medical records for 11/29/11 accident, I found out I had retrolisthesis on L1 on S5. The ER did not inform me of retrolisthesis. What can I do to win my workers comp case, since my attorney says I need a workers comp doctor level 2 to state that my injuries were caused by the elevator? Hearing on Sept 11.
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