Workers’ Compensation And Personal Injury Attorneys

Assistance With Work-Related Back Injury Claims

The North Carolina Industrial Commission handles back injuries differently than other types of repetitive stress injuries suffered on the job. In order to successfully claim North Carolina workers’ compensation benefits, the injured worker must demonstrate that the back injury was a direct result of a “specific traumatic incident.” This has been defined as the sudden onset of pain while performing normal work duties but excluding the slow onset of pain over months or years.If you injured your back on the job in North Carolina, talk to an attorney at Ganly & Ramer, P.L.L.C., in Asheville. We bring together more than 35 years of combined experience of workers’ compensation knowledge and skill to help injured workers and their families receive the medical treatment and pay benefits they are entitled to.

Work-Related Back Injuries

Our firm confidently handles a wide range of back injuries, including:

  • Herniated disks (slipped disks or bulging disks)
  • Back strains and sprains
  • Broken vertebra
  • Spinal cord trauma

Our firm has earned recognition as one of the pre-eminent workers’ compensation litigation firms in North Carolina. Our credentials and awards include the highest AV Preeminent* peer review rating for ethical standards and legal ability, being listed in Super Lawyers Magazine and rated among Best Lawyers in America. We work on a contingency fee basis. You will not pay attorneys’ fees or case preparation costs if you do not recover workers’ compensation benefits.

Call Ganly & Ramer, P.L.L.C. For Help

Get professional legal help for your back injury claim. Call our Asheville office at 828-348-6957 or use our convenient email contact form to arrange a free consultation.

*AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories: legal ability and general ethical standards.