In the wake of getting his Bachelor of Arts degree from Ohio State University in 1973, Mr. Montevideo was acknowledged into Western State University College of Law and migrated to California. While going to Western State, Mr. Montevideo functioned as a respiratory advisor. He got his Juris Doctorate in 1978.
FIGHTING FOR OUR CLIENTS
For as long as 32+ years, Mr. Montevideo has sharpened his aptitudes as a work harm and individual damage trial lawyer, principally managing in the territory of general carelessness, work harm, premises obligation, car crashes, items risk, and development law.
Spotted inside the heart of California, his practice handles cases in the territories of Workers Compensation and hosts successfully tested third get-together claims for persons who have endured calamitous wounds or have passed on while at work.
Mr. Montevideo lives up to expectations resolutely for the benefit of his customers to give the most abnormal amount of representation conceivable to guarantee that the majority of his customers are dealt with decently.
His devotion and reliability to his practice have been broadly perceived by his associates and peers, and have earned the appreciation and adoration of the lawful group, which is reflected in his AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell.
Authority, MEMBERSHIP & HONORS
Mr. Montevideo is a dynamic part of Consumer Attorneys of California and served as President-Elect amid 2009-2010 and President amid 2010-2011.
The objective of CAOC is to look for equity for all purchasers and advance support through preparing and training. Including himself with various boards, Mr. Montevideo has been instrumental in giving understanding and direction to the association for different tasks and endeavors, including Grassroots and Legislation, eagerly checking on and upholding enactment prerequisites, and has affirmed before the California Legislature.
Mr. Montevideo got the CAOC Presidential Award of Merit in 2000 and 2002, and the CAOC Trench Soldier Award in 2004. Additionally, in 2006, he was accepted into Western State University, College of Law's Hall of Fame, the most noteworthy adornment honored by the college to respect their graduated class, in distinguishment of a praiseworthy vocation and extraordinary group and expert administration.
Mr. Montevideo has served as a Board part for the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association, and is past President of that association, accepting the President's Award in 1998.
Mr. Montevideo was chosen to the Board of Directors for the Diversity in Law Foundation. The motivation behind this specific association is to advance an all the more racially assorted bar by supporting minority law understudies with monetary support and training.
He is likewise a dynamic part of the Orange County Bar Association, and member in the Mock Trial Program of the Constitutional Rights Foundation of Orange County, a working part for the Orange County College of Trial Advocacy, and a dynamic part of the American Association for Justice (in the past Association of Trial Lawyers of America).
Mr. Montevideo is a successive speaker for the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association, the Orange County Bar Association, and Consumer Attorneys of California. He is additionally an instructor for California State University, Fullerton; California State University, Long Beach; Western State University, College of Law; and Forensic Consultants Association.
Mr. Montevideo is the father of three grown-up youngsters and dwells in Orange County California with his wife Deborah Montevideo.