Representing Workers Suffering From RSD/CRPS
If you suffer from complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) or reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) as the result of a workplace injury, you may be entitled to compensation from workers’ compensation.
The attorneys at Ganly & Ramer, P.L.L.C., have successfully handled dozens of CRPS/RSD claims in North Carolina. Our lawyers are familiar with successful treatment alternatives such as nerve blocks, spinal cord stimulators and pain pumps. We have also litigated claims to get family members paid for providing necessary care due to the severely debilitated condition of the injured worker.
Experienced Handling Of CRPS And RSD Cases
CRPS/RSD generally results from severe crushing type injuries but may also arise from simple injuries such as tripping or as a result of post-surgical pain. The painful burning and stinging sensation from CRPS can be debilitating for months and years following full recovery from a serious injury.
Our lawyer has also litigated such claims that resulted in settlements of $500,000 to $800,000, which provide financial resources to take care of the injured worker. All claims are unique but our attorneys have the experience to achieve the best result for you and your family.
Treatment And Benefits
If you suffered a workplace injury in North Carolina and continue to suffer the pain of diagnosed CRPS or other nerve injuries, you may be entitled to receive medical treatment and temporary partial disability pay benefits through your employer’s workers’ compensation coverage. Arrange a free consultation with an attorney at Ganly & Ramer, P.L.L.C., in Asheville to get all of your workers’ comp questions answered.
Contact Us Today For More Information
Our attorney, Thomas Ramer, offers more than 35 years of experience helping injured workers receive the workers’ compensation benefits they need for themselves and their families. Call us at 828-348-6957 or use our convenient email contact form to arrange a free consultation with our CRPS attorney today. We work on a contingency fee basis. You will not pay attorneys’ fees or case preparation costs if you do not receive workers’ compensation benefits.