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I did this in April of this year ,so I went to the doctors to see if it was just water on the knee. He said put ice on it at night for a week and if it doesn't go down ,We'll take an M.R.I . So it didn't go down and had the test done and found it was torn. I'm not sure how it happened ( I didn't feel it pop or slip on anything) Just the following weeks it felt like it was (my knee) falling out of the joint and making a crunching noises when I bend my knees. I'm a plumber so I'm on my knees a lot (like 80%) of the time. So they're denying my claim, because on how I hurt it was to vague .Does the M.R.I show that it's a fresh tear ?and should I try another lawyer ,because I think the 1 I have is not doing the job he should be doing? and should I get another doctor to? im broke because thisI was working a long day and didn't even known I tore it that day. I woke up the next day and my knee was swollen.(I just thought it was water on the knee) So I worked for the rest of the week and it didn't go down. The doctor will not sign off on me going back to go back to work . So I can't work and have no income.
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