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Healthcare Workers Need Help, Too

Healthcare is a booming industry in Pennsylvania. More and more people are entering the field, becoming doctors, nurses, physician’s assistants, physical therapists, nurses aides and more. If you are a healthcare worker it’s your job to care for the sick and injured. However, the daily requirements of your job makes it possible for you to get injured, too.

Experienced In Healthcare Workers’ Compensation

My name is Jim Veith. As founding attorney of Veith Law Firm, I serve clients with all types of workers’ compensation issues, including the unique injuries suffered by medical professionals. These injuries can include things like:

  • Back and neck strain
  • Slip and fall injuries
  • Sciatica
  • Bulging or herniated discs
  • Repetitive strain injuries

These, along with other musculoskeletal injuries and more, can be debilitating. You should not have to worry about forcing yourself to work when you should still be recovering. I work to help you get the financial help you need, so you can focus on recovery. I can also work to ensure that you get treated by a medical professional who does not have an allegiance or obligation to your employer. This often means you will get the time you need to fully recover from your injury.

Though you may think you can handle your employer yourself, it is important to speak with an attorney. I am a certified workers’ compensation specialist and have helped countless clients get the best possible outcome in their case. This means financial help to cover medical bills for initial treatment, getting you the time off you need to truly heal, physical therapy and other curative treatments, as well as lost wages.

Speak With Me About Your Case

I am ready to take your call, answer your questions and ease your mind. Please call my Lansdale office at 267-406-6168 today. You can also reach me by using my online contact form. I will respond as promptly as possible. When you call my office, you will speak with me. When I take your case, you will work with me.