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Money for Lunch Talk Radio Program to Feature Nationally Renowned Auto Defect Lawyer and Bisnar | Chase Partner Brian Chase

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Brian Chase, partner at the Bisnar | Chase personal injury law firm will speak on the subject of personal injury and product liability law during the Money for Lunch Talk Radio program this week. Money for Lunch Talk Radio offers business and lifestyle programming to listeners nationwide.

Brian Chase, auto defects lawyerBrian Chase, partner at the Bisnar | Chase personal injury law firm, has been invited as a guest on the Money for Lunch Talk Radio program to be broadcast on Dec. 27 at 12:25 p.m., Central Standard Time. Anyone can listen to the free program by going online to Money For Lunch. Listeners can catch the program live, embed it to their website or listen to it later. The podcasts on that page can be shared once they have aired and can be embedded onto blogs and Web pages.

Chase will primarily talk about the type of clients Bisnar | Chase represents – catastrophically injured victims and families who have lost a loved one due to an accident or a defective product. The firm’s specialty is in representing victims who have been injured or killed as a result of someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing.

What listeners may find extremely interesting and useful on this show is Chase’s comments with regard to hidden auto defects about which automakers do not want the general public to know. Brian Chase is one of the nation’s few renowned auto defect attorneys who has demonstrated time and again that many of the cars on today’s roads are defective. They may either have a manufacturing flaw or a design flaw that could result in a devastating crash. Chase will also discuss his experience in dealing with automakers. He says he has seen repeated evidence that automakers put profits over safety.

"Almost each time we find that just for a few hundred dollars more per car, they could manufacture much safer vehicles, but choose not to," Chase says. "What’s more, in the discovery process, we usually always find internal knowledge at the automaker level that designs were unsafe, that parts or components of vehicles were unsafe, or that there were known dangers based on the results of crash tests, yet these companies will market vehicles as safe and, most egregiously, they’ll fail to warn the public about it. To know your product can injure or kill an innocent person, but you do nothing to warn them about it – to me, it’s about as low as it gets."

It is exciting to be on a radio show that is being broadcast nationally and speak on a subject that is very close to his heart, Brian Chase said. "Personal injury and product liability law can be very much misunderstood in today’s environment. The types of cases we take on involve severely injured victims whose lives have been turned upside down as the result of a negligent driver or a dangerous or defective automobile. These are not trivial matters. These are real people who have suffered significant losses due to someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing."

Chase hopes that listeners can benefit from the information he provides on the show. "Many people who are injured or have lost a loved one don’t know how to pursue their legal rights, or even that they have rights. A number of these people suffer silently because they don’t know what to do, where to go and whom to contact for help and guidance. Often, that help is just a phone call away."

Money For Lunch Talk Radio provides informative business and lifestyle programming in a lively and entertaining format. The broadcasts go out to a nationwide audience, five days a week.

About Brian Chase

Brian Chase is a native of Southern California, a graduate of California State University, Long Beach, a graduate of Pepperdine School of Law and a 19-year personal injury attorney. He has litigated dozens of jury trials and has represented both local and national auto product liability and catastrophic injury cases, obtaining judgments and settlements exceeding $100 million.

About Bisnar | Chase

Bisnar | Chase represents people who have been very seriously injured or lost a family member due to an defective product, negligence or auto accident in California. The law firm has won a wide variety of challenging personal injury and wrongful death cases involving car accidents, work related injuries, negligence and defective products made by Fortune 500 companies. The firm has also been featured on a number of popular media outlets including Newsweek, Fox, NBC, and ABC and is known for its passionate pursuit of results for their clients.

For more information, please call 949-203-3814 or visit http://www.bestattorney.com for a free consultation.
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