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Construction Accidents

  • Falls from elevation – falls from roofs, ladders, or other elevated surfaces
  • Falls at the same level – slips, trips, and falls on flat surfaces
  • Caught under/between/in – a part of the body is crushed or pinched
  • Motor vehicle accidents – traffic accidents
  • Struck by/against – impacting a part of the body against something, being hit by moving or flying objects, or impacting the ear drum by noise
  • Musculoskeletal injuries of upper body (neck, back, and arms) or Musculoskeletal disorder of the lower extremities which are work-related (knees, ankles, and feet) – injuries from squatting, kneeling, overexertion or other repetitive motion, lifting, hand pinching, gripping, being in an awkward posture, or vibrating

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Patricia Salcido Montes (Pat) is an accomplished attorney and community leader. She uses her extensive bilingual, bicultural, psychodramatic and trial skills to help lawyers and the Courts in bringing fairness to those seeking justice.