North Carolina Denied Benefits Attorneys
If you have been injured on the job, you may have thought that your employer's workers' compensation insurance would take care of you. And it should. However, insurance companies are businesses and their goal is profits not paying out on every claim. If your claim for workers' comp benefits has been denied, you do not have to take that as the final word on the matter.
At Ganly & Ramer, P.L.L.C., our Asheville workers' compensation appeal attorneys have decades of experience helping area workers who are injured to secure the benefits that they deserve. Our firm has the only Asheville workers' compensation attorneys to have earned an AV* Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell.
Effective Representation in the Workers' Compensation Appeals Process
A great number of workers' comp claims that are denied are denied for reasons that can be overcome at appeal. There may be sufficient medical evidence to support your claim. It may not have been presented properly in your initial application for benefits. We will investigate the medical evidence that is part of your case and create the most persuasive presentation of the facts possible.
We will present your appeal to the North Carolina Industrial Commission and, if necessary, to the North Carolina Court of Appeals and North Carolina Supreme Court. We are dedicated to securing results for our clients.
When you have been injured on the job, do not hesitate to secure the representation of a firm that has dedicated itself for decades to the goal of helping injured workers. At Ganly & Ramer, P.L.L.C. we are there for you. Call 828-348-6957, toll free at 877-882-5964 or simply contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation with one of our experienced workers' compensation lawyers.
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