Vellner Law | Handling Injury Cases Throughout the Lehigh Valley, Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton

The Vellner Difference | Your Workers’ Compensation Attorney in the Lehigh Valley, Allentown, Bethlehem and EastonAnthony R.Vellner Workers' Compensation Attorney in the Lehigh Valley Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton jpg

Anthony R. Vellner is a workers’ compensation attorney in the Lehigh Valley, Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton and has spent more than two decades advocating for people who have been hurt on the job. Focused solely on personal injury cases, specifically workers’ compensation and Social Security disability cases, Vellner Law offers the experience and knowledge necessary to navigate the complexities of disability laws. 

Examples of Our Cases

We help our clients with a work related injury obtain the workers’ compensation benefits to which they are entitled. Examples of our cases include:

With an office in Bethlehem, PA, Vellner Law is local and always able to provide accessible, personal service to clients with claims in Bucks, Lehigh, Monroe, and Northampton counties.

Why Choose Vellner Law as Your Workers’ Compensation Attorney in Lehigh Valley?

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Serving the Lehigh Valley since 1991, Attorney Tony Vellner offers experienced and knowledgeable representation in workers’ compensation matters. If you suffered an on-the job injury, you are entitled to benefits under state law. The injury can be an accident, caused by something you did or the result of actions by the employer or another employee. It doesn’t matter who is at fault; you are covered.
If you are injured and are unable to work, whether the injury occurred at work or elsewhere, you may well be eligible for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits if you have paid into the Social Security system. Many people are able to file the initial claim for SSD benefits themselves, and do not need an attorney. However, many SSD initial claims are denied, and having an experienced lawyer is essential if you intend to appeal the negative decision.