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Safety Concerns Lead to a Major Auto Recall - and Remind of the Importance of Attorney Cameron Y. Brock

Residents of car-centric Los Angeles take heart in knowing the team at the Law Offices of Burg & Brock can defend against the negligence of large auto companies.

LOS ANGELES, March 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Los Angeles is famous around the world for its exciting automobile culture. While the freedom that comes from driving on the open road can be thrilling, it can also be dangerous. We put a great deal of trust into, but it's disastrous when they fail to live up to the necessary standards of safety. That's why the acclaimed automobile accident lawyer Cameron Yadidi Brock is on hand to provide remarkable legal counsel when the worst occurs. Prospective clients of the Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc. and other curious drivers often keep in touch with Cameron Yadidi on Facebook for insights into how to stay safe on the road. They can also learn about the firm at Cameron Yadidi's YouTube channel. Most importantly, they'll learn that Mr. Brock brings essential legal experience and tremendous commitment to every client he represents.

Earlier this month, The New York Times reported that Federal regulators received more than 260 complaints over the last 11 years about GM vehicles that would turn off suddenly and without warning while being driven. The records show that despite these warnings, regulators failed to investigate the problem – with fatal results. The massive automaker admits that the problem is linked to 13 deaths, and has required them to recall more than 1.6 million cars worldwide.

The complaints received by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration since February 2003 detail a number of distressing scenarios. One driver of a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt wrote that "I drive my car to and from work praying that it won't shut down on me while on the freeway". While it is heartening to know that the vehicles are finally recalled, the fact that it took more than 11 years to reach this point is disturbing. Fortunately, residents of Los Angeles and surrounding Southern California regions can take rest easy knowing that Cameron Y. Brock and his team at the Law Offices of Burg & Brock are prepared to assist them with impeccable legal assistance.

At The Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc., Cameron Y. Brock heads up a team of lawyers that are fully prepared to handle a number of common legal issues that may plague their clients – from vehicle accidents and wrongful death to slip and falls, spinal injuries and product liability. While the NHTS may drag its feet rather than challenge large automakers, Mr. Brock has made a career of holding companies and individuals accountable when their actions have led to physical, mental or emotional anguish for his clients.

The dedication of Cameron Y. Brock and his highly skilled team is evident from their track record of success that goes back to the firm's founding in 1996. Since then, the Law Offices of Burg & Brock has handled over 5,000 cases, and garnered an impressive success rate of over 98%. Most importantly for those that have suffered due to negligence or malice, Mr. Brock and his team have won over $100 million in verdicts and settlements on behalf of his clients – awards that can go a long way towards reestablishing one's life and peace of mind. If you or a loved one has suffered due to a product liability issue or other type of negligence, please call 888-509-2998 or visit the firm on the web at www.legaldefenders.com. Free initial consultations are available.

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SOURCE The Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc.

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