We Fight Back Against Insurance Companies and Win

At Shernoff Bidart Echeverria Bentley we lead the nation in protecting policyholders from insurance company abuse. The firm has been protecting the rights of insurance consumers, both individuals and businesses, for over 35 years after having set the legal precedent requiring insurance companies to act in good faith.

Our attorneys also represent people involved in personal injury cases. If you were injured in an accident, or if a loved one suffered a wrongful death due to the negligence or recklessness of others, we can help you recover the financial compensation you deserve.

To schedule a free consultation with our experienced personal injury and insurance bad faith attorneys, please contact the Southern California insurance bad faith lawyers at SBEB today.

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CalPers Class Action

Special website launched for CalPERS class action

Shernoff Bidart Echeverria Bentley, in conjunction with two other law firms, announced a class action lawsuit against CalPERS on behalf of over 100,000 insureds.

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William M. Shernoff Honored with Champions of Justice Award

shernoff_william_thumbThe Civil Justice Program at Loyola Law school Los Angeles has chosen to honor William M. Shernoff with this 2014 Champions of Justice award.


Media Covers SBEB’s Lawsuit Against Trader Joe’s

echeverria_ricardo_thumb2A lawsuit was filed by Shernoff Bidart Echeverria Bentley against Trader Joe's, on behalf of two Orange County companies which sell ice cream and other dairy products, accusing the Monrovia-based grocery chain of systematically eliminating companies from the marketplace.


Media Covers SBEB’s Class Action with Consumer Watchdog

bidart_mike_thumbNumerous press outlets throughout California and the country covered the announcement of Shernoff Bidart Echeverria Bentley's lawsuit against Anthem Blue Cross in conjunction with Consumer Watchdog.


Greg Bentley’s $3.8 million verdict covered by Orange County media

bently_greg_thumbGregory Bentley successfully represented a young man whose hand was mangled in metal shop class in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District. On July 2, 2014, a jury awarded his clients $3.8 million, and the media throughout Orange County and California picked up the story.