Constangy, Brooks & Smith's Workers' Compensation Practice continues to grow with the addition of attorney S. Ranchor Harris, III to the firm's Winston-Salem office.
Ranchor is a highly skilled workers' compensation attorney and litigator with extensive jury trial and Industrial Commission experience, defending both self-insured clients as well as fully insured employers and insurance carriers. He is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, which he was appointed to by his peers for his work as a litigator.
"Ranchor's addition to the firm brings valuable experience to the Workers' Compensation practice," says Eric S. Proser, head of Constangy's Workers' Compensation practice. "With his addition, Constangy is even better poised to serve clients with their workers' compensation needs throughout the East Coast and nationwide."
This addition gives the firm a total of 18 attorneys in eight states in its Workers' Compensation Practice area.
The rigorously staffed practice includes a former workers' compensation Judge, a former workers' compensation law professor, a Governor-appointed workers' compensation advisory counsel member and a state Self-Insurer Association President -- among other dedicated defense attorneys, paralegal specialists, and staff with many years of experience exclusively defending workers' compensation claims. Our team has successfully defended every manner of workers' compensation claim ranging from basic credibility cases to carpal tunnel or back strain cases to amputations, death and alleged permanent total/catastrophic cases.
To get in touch with Ranchor Harris about Workers' Compensation in North Carolina, please call (336) 721-6845 or e-mail email@example.com. For more information on how our firm can help with your company's Workers' Compensation needs, contact any Constangy attorney or practice head Eric Proser at (404) 230-6760, or visit our website at www.constangy.com.
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