We Fight Back Against Insurance Companies and Win
At Shernoff Bidart Echeverria Bentley LLP 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 40 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.
Verdicts, Settlements, Published Appellate Decisions
In addition to helping clients get the justice they need and deserve, Shernoff Bidart Echeverria Bentley LLP has helped influence and shape the law to the benefit of millions of insurance consumers. This section contains some of the firm’s successes and notable results.
Click to Read more >>
OUR NEWS FEEDS
Gregory L. Bentley represents dozens of consumers severely injured in e-cigarette explosions. The Wall Street Journal recently ran an article discussing the increased litigation over malfunctioning e-cigarettes, highlighting Mr. Bentley's cases and clients.Read more >>
In 2011, William Shernoff and other attorneys from Shernoff Bidart Echeverria Bentley LLP obtained a $19 million verdict against Stonebridge Life Insurance Co. on behalf of Thomas Nickerson. The firm recently won an appeal in California Supreme Court on the case.
Read more >>
LA Business Journal Highlights SBEB Client Battling Travelers Insurance Over Business Interruption Claim
Samuel Bruchey and Travis Corby represent a number of clients in lawsuits against insurers for business interruption claim denials. One such client is Sharon Li who is battling Travelers insurance after her warehouse burned down.Read more >>
Gregory L. Bentley and Clare Lucich obtained a $1.885 million verdict in a first-of-its-kind trial where an e-cigarette product exploded while charging, causing severe physical burns and a lifetime of emotional scars to a Southern California woman.
Read more >>