The Future of Personal Injury Law
Technology has revolutionized so many fields, it’s a little bit surprising to find one that hasn’t changed in some essential way. Even so, the skills needed to be the kind of first-rate personal injury lawyer Los Angeles plaintiffs turn to have remained constant for decades. A skilled litigator like Cameron Y. Brock of the Law Offices of Burg & Brock displays a kind of legal acumen that no amount of computer technology can ever supplant. Word processing and electronic spreadsheets aside, the skills of an outstanding lawyer have not changed appreciably since the advent of home computers and the Internet.
That’s a good thing because, sadly, serious personal injuries will never be completely eliminated by technology. Yes, improvements in new vehicles will continue to reduce the number and seriousness of traffic-related injuries, but the need for attorneys to ensure that injured parties in car accidents receive their proper compensation from guilty parties and insurance companies isn’t going to change any time soon. Mr. Brock and his legal team are highly experienced in this area, having overseen a very large number of cases related to car accidents. An avid motorcyclist himself, Mr. Brock is also an extremely successful motorcycle accident attorney. Los Angeles legal observers have noted his long record of success, which amounts to over $100 million overall in cash collected on behalf of victims in all types of personal injury cases.
Technology can be tremendously useful but, even if such experimental products as the self-driving Google car ever become standard, mishaps will still happen and guilty parties are likely to try to avoid culpability. Whether you need an outstanding personal injury trial attorney or a wrongful death attorney, the timeless skills of Cameron Brock and his outstanding legal team at the Law Offices of Burg & Brock are available on a contingency fee basis.