Cameron Y. Brock Stresses The Need For Safety Precautions On Thrill Rides
LOS ANGELES, July 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In L.A., life can be exciting, and exceptionally fast-paced. However, in a city filled with miles of highways, the city's populace also lives with a certain degree of risk. That's why, when in need of an auto or motorcycle accident attorney, Los Angeles residents have come to rely on the best – Cameron Y. Brock and his team at the Law Offices of Burg and Brock. As the auto and aviation accident attorney Los Angeles turns to first, it should perhaps come as no surprise that Mr. Brock is also an ideal authority when the worst occurs on an amusement park thrill ride.
In a truly nightmarish tragedy, Rosa Ayala-Goana, also known as Rosy Esparza, was tossed from a wooden roller-coaster on Friday, July 19 th, leading to her death at the Six Flags Over Texas amusement park. Authorities state that the death has been ruled an accident, however, acclaimed wrongful death and brain injury lawyer Cameron Y. Brock would like to remind you that even when an event is ruled accidental, there is often still a party that should be held accountable.
While it is unknown what specifically caused Esparza's death, witness Carmen Brown of Arlington, TX says that Esparza voiced a concern that her safety restraint was not properly secured, but a Six Flags worker insisted she was fine. Mr. Brock says that this suggests either the ride's manufacturer, German company Gerstlauer Amusement Rides, or the Six Flags company might be held legally accountable for the accident that claimed Ms. Esparza's life – possibly both.
The team at the Law Offices of Burg & Brock is always saddened to learn of the unneccesary death or injury of an innocent individual due to the negligence of another. That's one of the reasons they have chosen to fight for the rights of aggrieved parties who have been victimized due to vehicle accidents, slip and falls, product liability or nearly any other type of personal injury. Over the years, the team has devoted their efforts and resources towards representing those who need help the most, and have thus far handled more than 5,000 accident cases. This passion has translated into a sterling success rate of 97% for personal injury settlements, and over $100 million in verdicts and settlements for their clients.Regarding the case of Ms. Esparza's untimely death, the public may never know precisely what happened. The parties responsible for determining the cause of death will likely be Six Flags staff, representatives of the park's insurance company, and the German manufacturer of the cars. "In all likelihood, do you think Six Flags is going to come out and say 'we screwed up'?" says Kenneth Martin, a roller coaster inspector and accident investigator, "Probably not." Yet the team at the Law Offices of Burg & Brock says that we can still take this moment as a reminder of the importance of holding negligent individual responsible for their actions, ensuring they don't happen again. If you or a loved one has been victimized by the negligence of a company or individual, contact the Law Offices of Burg & Brock by visiting www.legaldefenders.com today or call 888-509-2998.. PR submitted by www.Cyberset.com SOURCE The Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc.
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