The National Law Journal, one of the nation's leading law journal for national news, recognized William Shernoff as a Plaintiff Trail Blazer in its most recent issue. The publication recognized Mr. Shernoff for the work he's done as a pioneer in the area of insurance bad faith.
FOX 11 Los Angeles reported on Ricardo Echeverria obtaining a $17 million verdict on behalf of a man who lost his leg as the result of a forklift accident. Steven Meier sued after a reversing forklift ran him down in 2013 at a Riverside PennySaver facility, where he was a security guard.
The Los Angeles Daily Journal and Law360 covered an insurance bad faith lawsuit filed by Shernoff Bidart Echeverria LLP. The lawsuit is against Travelers and accuses Travelers Insurance of systemically manipulating homeowner’s policies for anyone who rents out even their guest homes using Airbnb.
Cecilia Navarro lost her husband in December of 2014, and her grief was compounded when she learned she was the victim of a life insurance scheme created by AAA according to a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Samuel Bruchey represents a couple who hired someone to build a home for them, only to have that home built without utilities or access to the property. The Jones family and Mr. Bruchey were interviewed by NBC to discuss the case.
Called the Pioneer of insurance bad faith and dean of insurance bad faith, William Shernoff has been celebrated by many legal publications and associations for the work he has done on behalf of insurance consumers.
California consumers are being priced out of their life insurance policies once they become disabled, according to a class-action lawsuit accusing Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company of bad faith.