Gregory L. Bentley

Gregory L. Bentley

As of October 2016:

Greg Bentley is a trial attorney specializing in the representation of consumers on a wide variety of cases, including insurance bad faith, catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death and product liability matters. Mr. Bentley’s track record reflects a career dedicated to protecting consumers.

Mr. Bentley’s efforts on behalf of his clients have been recognized by his peers. He was honored in 2014 by Consumer Attorneys of California with the Consumer Attorney of the Year Award. He was named the 2012 Trial Lawyer of the Year by the Consumer Attorneys of the Inland Empire, 2013 Jennifer Brooks Trial Lawyer of the Year by the Western San Bernardino County Bar Association and the 2013 Top Gun Trial Lawyer of the Year (Government Entity) by the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association. He was a finalist in 2012 for the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles Trial Lawyer of the Year Award, and nominated for the award again in 2013 and 2014. He will be honored in November as the OCTLA Top Gun Trial Lawyer of the Year for Product’s Liability.

He has earned election to membership of the prestigious International Academy of Trial Lawyers, an invitation-only worldwide organization limited to 500 trial lawyers, is a Fellow in the International Society of Barristers and member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, serving as President of the Riverside/San Bernardino Chapter in 2015 and serving on the Board of CAL ABOTA 2014-2016. He is the Past President of the Consumer Attorneys of the Inland Empire (2009-2012) and currently serves as President-Elect for the Consumer Attorneys of California. Mr. Bentley has been recognized as a Super Lawyer by the Los Angeles Magazine (2010-2016) and a Top 100 Trial Lawyer in the State of California by The National Trial Lawyers Association (2011-2016).

Articles written by this author:

Taking the lid off the policy

Here are the initial steps you must take if your case is worth more than the policy limits

Gregory L. Bentley

2012 June

“There should have been a stop sign”

The tools to defeat defendant’s motions based on statutory defenses for a dangerous condition of public property

Gregory L. Bentley
Steven M. Schuetze

2014 June