Bethlehem Social Security Disability Lawyer
Serving All of the Lehigh Valley
If you were hurt on the job or have developed an occupational disease, you probably are unaware of all your rights and options. Pennsylvania law mandates workers' compensation benefits for people injured on the job, even if the injury was your fault. Additionally, even if your injury or illness was not work-related, you may be eligible to apply for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits if you have been unable to work for at least six months.
You have nothing to lose and much to gain by filing a claim. Call our Bethlehem law office at 484-821-5026 or send us an email to arrange a free consultation.
An Attorney Who Fights for the Injured and Disabled
In many instances, applying for and obtaining the benefits to which you are entitled can be challenging. Having a knowledgeable workers' compensation or disability lawyer fighting for you can make a big difference in the outcome of your claim. Vellner Law was founded by Allentown attorney Anthony R. Vellner, who has been advocating for injured, ill and disabled people since 1991. He has the knowledge necessary to take your claim as far as possible in pursuit of full and fair compensation.
Focusing on Disability Law for More Than 20 Years
Our Bethlehem law firm focuses on disability law, obtaining compensation for people who suffered work injuries or who have become unable to work because of injury or illness. In his 21 years of practicing in this area of law, our lawyer has helped thousands of people obtain the benefits they need and deserve. Because of our focus on workers' compensation and SSD, we are highly knowledgeable about the ever-changing laws and processes that govern the claims process.
We represent a wide range of clients in Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Stroudsburg and surrounding areas, including all health care workers, construction workers and employees of warehouses and meat-packing plants. If your injury occurred in a work setting, you are probably eligible for workers' compensation benefits, even if you did not lose any work days.
Social Security Disability
You do not need to be totally disabled to qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. If you can only work part time, or need to take a lower paying position because you can no longer perform your former job, you are still eligible.
Contact a Lehigh Valley Work Injury and Disability Lawyer for a Free Consultation
Call our Allentown workers' compensation lawyer at 484-821-5026 or send us an email to learn how you can get the benefits to which you are entitled.
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