Los Angeles Law Firm Announces Plans To Represent Victims Of Railroad Tragedy

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Preliminary investigation reveals that deadly collision was caused by engineer's failure to stop at red signal.

but hitting the responsible parties where it hurts the most will ensure that changes will be made so that this tragedy never repeats itself.

Maier Shoch LLP, the Los Angeles law firm which specializes in the representation of victims of wrongful death and catastrophic injury, announced its intention to represent victims of the September 12, 2008 train collision in Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley.

Eric Maier and Louis Shoch, the founding partners of the firm, offered their prayers and sympathy for the victims of the collision and for their families, and they vowed to pursue answers and justice on their behalves. "The Los Angeles Times has reported that the preliminary investigation of the incident indicates that the deadly collision was caused by a Metrolink engineer's failure to stop at a red signal," Maier stated. "It is difficult to imagine a more grossly negligent act on the part of a railroad engineer, or a more tragic result."

The pair vowed to obtain large monetary recoveries for the victims and their families, though they acknowledged that this will seem like a small consolation. "Unfortunately, no amount of money will replace one's health or a loved one," Shoch stated, "but hitting the responsible parties where it hurts the most will ensure that changes will be made so that this tragedy never repeats itself."

Victims of this tragedy and their loved ones can contact Eric Maier or Louis Shoch at (213) 489-4778 with any questions concerning their legal rights.

http://www.maiershoch.com

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