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Basically, it was like doing construction everything, it’s heavy lifting, it’s hard work, basically. It was like building some concrete form in a basement, and then my right arm get actually crushed with two metal forms. There was all this broken arm, broken scaffold, and crushed nose and stuff.

You do get hurt a lot, but you got to might up, so I actually I get banged and crushed but I never thought it was broken. Now I got to toughen myself, I got to be a man, right? I went home, and then at 12 o’clock at night, the pain start getting in, like all the blood actually settle. When I go to the hospital, my hand was sprained or something, I don’t know whatever was is wrong with it. The doctor said it’s broken. I say, “It’s broken?”

It’s my right hand. I do construction, I got a disabled son, my wife can’t work because everybody depend on me, so it’s like, “What am I going to do now?”

I find the number somewhere, I feel online, and I find the number. They inform me everything of what’s going on and what to do … They walk me through the whole process. I sit back, basically, and let them take care of it. Whatever they did too is that they never make no decision without me. They normally call me, it’s either over the phone, or I come in and we sit down and they explain to me what this was going on and “What you want to do?”, you know? “I figure we can get more, you know, it’s up to you if you want it, here we go.” Basically did, they was here with me through the whole process.

But I’m back at work, I’m working, I’m actually … It’s not a hundred percent, but it’s like 80, so it was actually, you know? It’s touching for me, because this compensation right here, going to go straight towards … I got my son with cerebral palsy, it’s going to go to buy a van for him. It’s not going to me or my personal use to buy a car or buy a nice for myself, no. My disabled son it’s going to straight, so it couldn’t have come at a better time.

They did do a great job. It’s like … I like the fact that they show me the respect. Any changes, they call me, they keep me up to date with every, every stuff, whatever is going on. They keep me updated with every step by step.