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Yadidi Brock is the Most Trusted Name in Personal Injury Law

After breaking her arm on a city sidewalk, Glenda Grayling might have been due more than she received.

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In late January, Glenda Grayling made headlines when she was awarded upwards of $98,194.72 for a broken arm caused by tripping and falling on a city sidewalk. While $98,194.72 is undoubtedly a significant sum, the settlement Grayling received is not necessarily as just as it could have been. In fact, residents of Southern California who suffer personal injury frequently find substantial awards and settlements when defended by Cameron Yadidi Brock and his team at the Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc.  

As an attorney with extensive experience, Cameron Yadidi Brock has found great success representing those who need help the most when they are victimized by slip and fall injuries, product liability or wrongful death issues. In fact, a search for Cameron Yadidi on Facebook offers ample evidence of the admiration his loyal clients have for the experienced and highly skilled attorney.

In the decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the combined total of general damages, future care costs and loss of income was $196,507.97 for plaintiff Glenda Grayling, who had sued Haldimand County after falling on Nov. 25th, 2008 in the community of Caledonia. She was awarded $98,194.72 because she and the city were found to each be 50% liable.

Canadian Underwriter reports that Grayling maintains that "she stubbed her toe due to a difference in the height between two slabs of the sidewalk", according to background information provided with the court ruling. That caused her "to take four or five quick steps forward and fall onto her right arm onto the grass next to the sidewalk". Grayling later discovered she fractured her arm in the fall.

"There was a state of disrepair of the sidewalk", wrote Justice Thomas Lofchik. "Although there was an inspection system, there was no evidence about the degree of measurement of areas of concern", Lofchik continued. Of course, it is completely understandable that Grayling would expect an urban street to be properly and safely paved, and Cameron Yadidi Brock and his team are happy to learn that she is receiving compensation. However, it is hard to deny that Ms. Grayling might have benefited even further from the efforts of top-notch attorneys like those at the Law Offices of Burg & Brock.

For over 15 years, Mr. Brock and his team have aided clients that have suffered physical, psychological and emotional anguish, and they've consistently delivered incredible results. In fact, while serving in more than 5,000 cases, they've delivered an incredible 98% success rate, all the while earning over $100 million in settlements and awards for their clients.

The legal team at the Law Offices of Burg & Brock is grateful to learn that Ms. Grayling will be compensated for her anguish; it's important to remember that the costs of a personal injury can be long lasting, and difficult to quantify. If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury or other misfortune due to the negligence of a company or individual, contact Cameron Yadidi Brock today by dialing toll-free at 1-888-509-2998 or learn more about the firm on the web at www.legaldefenders.com.

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SOURCE The Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc.

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