Undocumented Ecuadorian Construction Worker Injured During Home Renovation Project Is Elated with Six-Figure Settlement for Pain and Suffering

December 21st, 2018

W.M, an undocumented Ecuadorian native, was working on a two bedroom renovation project. While removing an interior door frame he was standing on a ladder, using a grinder to cut at the wood. The door frame suddenly fell, causing the grinder to fall onto his right ankle. W.M was bleeding profusely and was transported by EMS to the hospital. Unfortunately, recovery was very slow for W.M., a family man with financial responsibilities. He realized he needed legal help. Upon the suggestion of a friend, W.M. called powerhouse attorneys, Hill & Moin, LLP. He met with the kind and knowledgeable lawyers, and even though he was undocumented, he was confident that he could safely proceed with his case.

W.M. beamed when describing how good his attorneys were and how hard they worked on his case, reuslting in a six-figure settlement.

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