Ricardo Echeverria

Ricardo Echeverria

Ricardo Echeverria is a trial attorney with Shernoff Bidart Echeverria LLP, where he handles both insurance bad-faith and catastrophic personal-injury cases.  He is currently the incoming President of CAALA and was named the 2010 CAALA Trial Lawyer of the Year, the 2011 Jennifer Brooks Lawyer of the Year by the Western San Bernardino County Bar Association, and a 2012 Outstanding Trial Lawyer by the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego. He was also a finalist for the CAOC Consumer Attorney of the Year Award in both 2007 and 2009, and is also a member of ABOTA and the American College of Trial Lawyers.

 

Articles written by this author:

Questions in coverage: Intentional tort by an employee

Do claims of negligent supervision, hiring, and retention of an employee who commits an intentional tort trigger an occurrence under a standard CGL Policy?

Ricardo Echeverria
Matthew Clark

2016 September


Non-ecomonic damages: from voir dire to closing argument

Often the most challenging damages to present at trial, here is a step-by-step guide leading up to your closing argument

Ricardo Echeverria

2017 January


Looking forward to serving you in 2017!

Echeverria honored to serve as your new CAALA President

Ricardo Echeverria

2017 January


One simple and powerful sentence

The jury system is the purest form of democracy

Ricardo Echeverria

2017 February


An inspiring human story

CAALA member overcomes tremendous odds in the criminal justice system

Ricardo Echeverria

2017 March



Civility: It’s not a four-letter word

CAALA Partners with Association of Southern California Defense Counsel and the American Board of Trial Advocates on civility conference on civility program

Ricardo Echeverria

2017 May


Now more than ever, we must be united with CAOC and AAJ

Every day we are reminded that the battles are not limited to Sacramento

Ricardo Echeverria

2017 June



CAALA VEGAS

A tremendous learning experience

Ricardo Echeverria

2017 August





2017: Thanks for the opportunity to serve you

I didn’t know how much fun it would be to represent this great association

Ricardo Echeverria

2017 December