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With Cameron Yadidi Brock, Awards and Settlements can be Truly Life-Changing

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SOURCE The Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc.

A record settlement in Sacramento serves as a reminder of the incredible financial awards garnered by clients of the Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc.

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Cameron Yadidi Brock has earned a reputation for providing outstanding legal counsel to those that need it most. That's because the team at the Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc., led by Cameron Yadidi Brock, has been providing clients with impeccable legal counsel for over 15 years – frequently leading to sizable settlements and awards. Some learn of Cameron Yadidi on Facebook, at his website, or simply by word of mouth. In each case, Southern Californians are always impressed with his track record of excellence – and the astonishing results that are possible in personal injury law.

The Sacramento Business Journal recently reported that late last year, a jury in Sacramento County handed down a record personal injury verdict of $34.9 million to a man and his wife due to injuries she suffered as a result of a particularly destructive semi-truck collision. The woman was riding the bus when a semi crossed the center line, plowing into the side of the bus, causing the woman to suffer severe head injuries, leading to paralysis from the waist down.

After the collision, personal injury claims were made against Silva Trucking, Inc. and Elaine McDonold, the operator of the truck. After a lengthy process of more than three years, a total of $31.9 million was finally awarded to Debra Hackett for personal injury and $3 million was awarded to her husband, Bill, for loss of consortium. For the Hacketts, the result is no doubt particularly welcome, as the defendant's insurers declined a demand for $5 million, as well as an offer to settle for $12.5 million. For Californians in general, it serves as yet another excellent example of what can be accomplished with the sort of personal injury law practiced by the team at the Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc.

About the Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc.

Led by the incomparable Cameron Yadidi Brock, this widely respected firm consists of a devoted group of attorneys that are focused on the representation of injured people and their families on matters involving personal injury, wrongful death, product liability and more. Since the office's inception, they've represented clients in more than 5,000 cases, all the while boasting a stunning 98% success rate and over $100 million won on behalf of clients. From the beginning theirs has been a client-based firm; in fact, they often advance all expenses until a case is resolved and provide assistance in obtaining appropriate healthcare.

Though the physical, emotional and psychological pain caused by an injury can seem devastating, remember that there is always hope. With a skilled, experienced and first-rate attorney like Cameron Y. Brock, you'll always have the best chance possible of receiving truly life-changing financial rewards. Please call 888-509-2998 or learn more about the firm on the web at www.legaldefenders.com. Free initial consultations are available.

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