You need an experienced WC attorney to fight this battle for you. Minimally, you will also need to have a credible doctor who provides a causation opinion. Good luck!
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it is clearly time for you to retain a good w.c. attorney to fight this thing and get it turned around.Ask a similar question
Your facts speak to an injury on the job over two years ago, and mentions a torn TP tendon. The June 2012 MRI reports that the TP tendon is intact, but there are other problems.
You need a full review of the history to determine the various causes of action you might have, as well as an examination of what other options you may have if your present issues are not related to the work incident and therefore not supportive or a continuing WC claim.
I would suggest that you retain counsel.
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