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SOURCE The Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc.

The generous compensation awarded to a railroad worker in Montana is a reminder to L.A. residents that life-changing financial awards can be won by Cameron Yadidi Brock

LOS ANGELES, July 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Too often, victims of negligence fail to explore options for financial compensation because they believe they don't want to be a burden, or they are simply unaware of the financial awards they can be won by a top personal injury, product liability or burn injury lawyer. However, in truth, this country has become what it is today thanks to individuals with the courage to stand up for their personal rights and wellbeing by contacting legal experts like top personal injury, automotive, and motorcycle accident lawyer Cameron Yadidi Brock. As the chief attorney at The Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc., the top auto accident lawyer in Los Angeles oversees a team that is dedicated to winning settlements for those who have been victims of negligence due to road accidents, slip and falls, work place accidents and much more.

One recent example of worker compensation for an on-the-job injury occurred in Billings, Montana, where a jury awarded $500,000 to railroad worker Thomas Tsohonis for debilitating back injuries. A traveling mechanic for BNSF Railway Co., Billings Gazette reports that Tsohonis slipped and was injured while working on a train crane in October of 2006. Attorney Jon M. Moyers said that his client had hyperextended his back, leading to chronic, degenerative back pain so severe that he was unable to continue the physically demanding work he did for BNSF for the past 31 years.

In defending the company, BNSF attorney Anthony Nicastro argued that Tsohonis' back problems didn't begin until he injured his back at his home in December of 2007, an argument that Moyers characterized as "offensive". "It's (BNSF's) fault, 100%," Moyers said in his closing argument. "What is there defense? I really don't know."

While it is unfortunate that it took nearly eight years for Tsohonis to see justice after the suffering injuries, the substantial awards that he finally received are a testament to the results that can be achieved with an effective legal team in your corner. This is perhaps best illustrated through the work of the attorneys at the Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc. who regularly win generous settlements and awards for their clients, and always as efficiently as possible.

In fact, since the founding of the firm over 15 years ago, Mr. Brock and his renowned legal team have overseen more than 5,000 cases, and won over $100 million in settlements and awards for clients – all the while maintaining a stellar 98% success rate. This financial compensation can go a long way toward helping those who have suffered physical, emotional or psychological pain to finally feel whole again.

Whether you've suffered a workplace injury like Thomas Tsohonis, or you've been injured while a guest or patron on the property of an individual or company, don't hesitate to allow Cameron Yadidi Brock to fight for your rights. You can contact the attorney and his team at the Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc. at 888-509-2998, or on the web at www.legaldefenders.com. Free initial consultations are available.

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