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If you were injured at work and have any questions regarding the Workers Compensation system call MONTOYA LAW and let us answer your questions, doubts or inquiries free of charge. All initial consultations are free. Workers Compensation insurance companies have trained professionals handling Workers Compensation claims. You should too. FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION.


Performing continuous movement and activity can lead to injury. It is very common for employees to have increased pain due to job duties. It is known as a continuous trauma. This is a legitimate job injury caused by your everyday job obligations. If when you get home you are in pain you very likely have a work related injury and are entitled to Workers Compensation benefits. Call MONTOYA LAW immediately for a free consultation.


Premises Liability. Premises liability refers to a landowner’s liability for injuries caused by property defects, hazardous conditions, inadequate security and/or unsafe premises. Property owners and businesses alike have a duty to provide a safe environment for their visitors. When they fail to do so, and an individual is injured on the property owned or maintained by someone else, then the landowner or business may be held legally responsible for the visitor’s injuries, including the injured

Product Liability. As consumers we expect that the product we purchased is free of defects and dangers. Unfortunately that is not always the case. Products can be defective and cause injury and even death. At MONTOYA LAW we make sure that the responsible party is held responsible. Responsible parties may include a product’s manufacturer, designer, retailer, or wholesaler. Regardless of negligence, all parties involved with the production and distribution of a defective product may be held liable for any resulting injuries.

If you have been injured or a loved one killed by a defective product call MONTOYA LAW for a free consultation to answer your questions and analyze your case.

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