Scott Galiger Law
“Dedicated to Helping North Carolina’s Injured”
Scott Galiger Law is an attorney-owned law firm dedicated to serving the injured and disabled community within the Greensboro and Charlotte areas of North Carolina. With more than 15 years of experience, you will immediately notice the difference at Scott Galiger Law.
Over 15 Years Of Experience
Family Owned & Operated
Personalized service, always responsive to your calls and emails, Scott Galiger will be with you every step of the way. You will work directly with Scott Galiger on your case – not a parade of high cost lawyers, not a recent law school graduate, and not an attorney you will only see in TV commercials.
Scott Galiger Law is striving to make a difference in North Carolina in making its practice customer-focused and customer-centric. Can’t come to us? We’ll come to you. Have a question? Call us. We’re easy to talk to and committed to helping you gain confidence in our process.
Board Certified Workers Compensation Attorney
Serving People With Disabilities And Injured Workers
Across the Greensboro and Charlotte areas of North Carolina, Southern Virginia and Northeastern South Carolina
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At Scott Galiger Law we understand the struggles you’re going through, whether you were injured on the job or are applying for disability. We’ve won countless Social Security Disability and Worker’s Compensation cases–and we can help you too!
We’re so confident in our ability to serve you, we’ll evaluate your case for free! Simply submit your case details and we will do our best to help you and your family.
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