Shernoff Bidart Echeverria LLP Promotes Three Associates to Partner
Claremont, CA – January 14, 2015 – Shernoff Bidart Echeverria LLP announces the firm has promoted three associates to partner, Steven M. Schuetze, Travis Corby and Samuel Bruchey.
“We are proud to have four great attorneys joining the partnership,” said Michael J. Bidart, Managing Partner of Shernoff Bidart Echeverria LLP. “Each of these lawyers has done fine work for the firm and its clients and give us a bright future ahead.”
- Steven Schuetze joined SBE in 2006. Steve works on a variety of insurance bad faith and serious personal injury/wrongful death cases. Mr. Schuetze is the lead attorney in the Firm’s Law and Motion Department, and has briefed and argued appeals before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as the Second, Fourth, and Sixth Appellate Districts of the California Court of Appeals.
- Travis Corby joined the firm in 2007 and represents clients in all area of bad faith, including health care, life, disability and property insurance disputes. He has been featured on CBS News several times for his representation of consumers battling their health insurance companies over medical necessity denials. Travis has co-counseled verdicts of $19 million against an insurance company for its unlawful medical necessity peer reviews and an arbitration award of $3.7 million against a property insurer for its use of a policy provision that was found to violate California law.
- Samuel Bruchey joined the firm as an attorney in 2010 and quickly established himself as an authority in a variety of first party insurance bad faith cases. He specializes in cases involving life, health, property, disability and long-term care insurance. He is the Chair of the Beverly Hills Bar Association Insurance Committee.
About Shernoff Bidart Echeverria LLP
Shernoff Bidart Echeverria LLP leads 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.