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We are extremely proud to announce that a member of our firm, Gary Walch, was selected Personal Injury Attorney of the Year for 2010 by the Editorial Staff of the Consumer Business Review.

Gary has been an attorney since 1975, graduating from UCLA summa cum laude (with highest honors) and then the UCLA School of Law.

During his legal career of successfully handling thousands of serious injury claims in Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura and San Bernardino counties he has resolved claims for many millions of dollars for his clients.

We are pleased to announce the launching of our new blog design, located at: www.CaliforniaPersonalInjuryLawyersblog.com. Please let us know how you like the new design, which will match with our new website (located at: www.walchlaw.com, which is in its final stages and coming soon!). In addition, if there are any current legal topics that you feel our blog should address, please let us know.

Our office continues to strive so that injury victims, who have suffered as a result of the negligence of another, can be made whole. This may include help with finding the right doctors, medical care and physical therapy, finding a good Los Angeles body shop to take a damaged vehicle, proving a complicated loss of earnings claim, and getting our clients financially compensated for their pain, suffering and loss of enjoyment of life activities.

We continue to work hard and give personal attention to all our cases so that our clients can relax and know that they are in passionate, capable and responsible hands. If you or a loved one has been injured, please call our office right away. Our goal is to get involved in a case as soon as possible to prevent mistakes that many injured parties make before they are represented by a good California personal injury lawyer. We handle cases throughout all of California. Call toll free: 1-866-INJURY-2 [1-866-465-8792].

We, at Gary K. Walch, A Law Corporation, your Los Angeles personal injury attorneys, would like to wish all our family, friends, clients and colleagues a very happy and healthy Thanksgiving!

Throughout the year, and for over 30 years, we have been helping injury victims obtain recoveries for their losses. Recently, we have helped and obtained settlements for a wide range of injury victims, from people who have had an auto accident in North Hollywood, a slip and fall accident in Woodland Hills, a dog attack in Van Nuys, a burn injury in Encino, and many more injury claims throughout the greater Los Angeles area.

We recently obtained a very favorable settlement for a woman who was hit by a car in San Bernardino. Despite the insurance company originally treating her unfairly, after we filed a lawsuit on her behalf, we were able to get her the recovery she deserved for her injuries, pain, suffering and loss of earnings.

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After handling injury claims for over 30 years in Los Angeles and surrounding counties, including Ventura, Orange and San Bernardino and throughout California, we are launching our blog site to give assistance to consumers in California who have been the victim of someone’s negligent conduct.

One never knows when an unfortunate accident will occur. Look at the people on the Carnival cruise ship Splendor who thought they were off for a fun filled cruise down the California and Mexico coasts, when a fire broke out stranding their ship off the Mexican coast. Nearly 4500 people were stranded. Fortunately, as this is being prepared, we learn the passengers and crew are happily disembarking in San Diego.

One woman passenger was quoted, “It’s been like a nightmare. There’s been no food, no power, no electricity, no flushing toilets. I spent the night tossing and turning in my cabin in the dark.”

Another passenger, Joey Noriega, told ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Thursday, “We’re eating spoiled turkey sandwiches and warm milk and warm yogurt. Everything smells like it’s spoiled. … Nothing’s cooked. It’s all sandwich meat. It’s disgusting. You’re afraid to eat it ’cause it’s been left out and touched by everybody else on the ship.”

Fortunately, the United States Coast Guard was there to escort the nearly 1000 foot ship back to San Diego, and the United States Navy flew in emergency food for the passengers and crew. It also was reported that many passengers helped those in need and crew members did their best to assist, including cleaning cabins by flashlight. You can read more about this on msnbc.com.

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