Cameron Yadidi Brock Understands the Pain of the Victims in the GM Ignition Switch Case - WKRN News 2

Cameron Yadidi Brock Understands the Pain of the Victims in the GM Ignition Switch Case

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The injuries and wrongful deaths suffered by victims in the General Motors ignition switch case serve to remind us of the importance of the Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc.

LOS ANGELES, April 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The widespread ignition switch issue at General Motors that has claimed the lives of at least 14 people is a reminder that the world can be a dangerous place. That's why it's heartening to see that more people are taking advantage of the legal skill of Cameron Yadidi Brock and his team at the Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc. Cameron Yadidi's Facebook page sees numerous visitors every day enthusiastically "liking" Mr. Brock's firm. Similarly, many have learned about the impeccable services of Cameron Yadidi on YouTube. As the premier attorney in Los Angeles, Cameron Yadidi Brock has assisted a number of people who have suffered in various ways due to the negligence of others – which is why he has a unique understanding of the pain felt by the victims in the GM ignition switch case.

Lawyers and Settlements reports that Megan Phillips, a co-plaintiff in the GM ignition switch case, was driving a Chevrolet Cobalt when she suddenly lost power and crashed. As a result of the collision, two passengers – Natasha Weigel and Amy Rademaker – lost their lives. Though Phillips survived the incident, she sustained a brain injury as a result of the crash. Phillips has since filed a traumatic brain injury lawsuit in Minnesota. In the suit, Phillips brain trauma is described as "severe", and she seeks unspecified damages in compensation for past and future medical expenses, as well as the loss of previous and future earnings. However, some analysts are concerned that the bankruptcy claims of GM in 2009 may complicate the case, the collisions in question took pace prior to the reorganization, and GM's deal involved protection from various "legal liabilities".

The GM ignition switch situation is undoubtedly tragic – it's a reminder that even the largest, most influential companies can sometimes make mistakes that lead to devastating results. The case is also a reminder of the important work of Cameron Y. Brock at the Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc. Mr. Brock is well-known as an expert vehicle accident and personal injury attorney. However, the expertise of the attorney and his team also extends to product liability, wrongful death and brain injury cases.

He particularly understands the inherent difficulty in challenging a massive multinational company. However, he hopes that the victims know that success is attainable – in fact, over the course of more than 5,000 cases, Mr. Brock and his team has garnered a success rate of 98%, while earning over $100 million in awards and settlements for their clients. When grieving or suffering the trauma of an auto collision or other accident, these monetary rewards can go a long way towards helping victims to feel whole again.

While it's currently unclear how the cases against GM will turn out, you can rest assured that Cameron Yadidi Brock and his team will be paying close attention – while continuing to defend those who have suffered in similar situations. If you or a loved one has been the victim of the negligence of a company or individual, please call 888-509-2998 or visit them on the web at www.legaldefenders.com. Free initial consultations are available.

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