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Knee or Leg Injury

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Injuries to the knee or leg often occur at work. When these workplace accidents happen, injury victims need to make sure they receive medical care right away. Otherwise, their injury could get worse for many reasons – from infections to wear and tear from continuing to walk on the injured leg or knee. In certain extreme cases, the leg may have to be amputated.

Because these injuries are among the most common work injuries, some people don’t take them seriously. But if you or a loved one hurt your leg or knee on the job, you know how painful such injuries can be. That’s why it’s important to seek immediate medical treatment – then talk to us.

Bethlehem workplace injury attorney Anthony R. Vellner of Vellner Law, PC has been helping injured workers throughout Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley since 1991. He knows how the legal system works here and what needs to be done to protect injured workers’ rights.

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    Common Knee Or Leg Injuries

    There are many different kinds of workplace leg or knee injuries. Some of the most common – and most serious – injuries include:

    • Broken leg
    • Stress fracture
    • Foot injuries
    • Tendinitis, particularly in the knee
    • Burn injuries to the leg
    • Puncture wounds
    • Loss of limb
    • Severe leg pain
    • Persistent knee pain

    Sometimes, these injuries occur due to performing the same physical task at work for months or years in a row. But in many cases, many leg or knee injuries at work occur due to a single, sudden injury. Either way, we can help you explore all your legal options.

    We Work For You

    The most important thing if you sustain an injury to your leg or knee is to make sure you receive the medical treatment you need so you can fully recover. This means making sure your injury is properly diagnosed and that you receive the time you deserve to fully recover.

    Some employers can be difficult about leg injuries. They might try to claim that you hurt yourself outside of work. Or they might try to downplay the severity of your injury and push you to return to work before your injured leg or knee has fully healed.

    That’s not right. That’s why we take such cases so seriously. We believe you should have the time and support you need to get better after your workplace injury. Find out how we can help you. Contact us and schedule your free case consultation.