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Lloyd E. Bemis represents clients with Social Security disability claims. He is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Consumer and Commercial Law as well as Personal Injury Trial Law.
Mr. Bemis is a founding partner of Bemis, Roach & Reed, which was established in 1993 in Austin, Texas. Mr. Bemis grew up in Austin and graduated with highest honors from the University of Texas (Summa Cum Laude) with a Bachelors of Business Administration in Finance in 1981. He earned his law degree from the University Of Texas School Of Law in Austin in 1984 and was admitted to the State Bar of Texas that same year.
Upon graduation from law school Mr. Bemis worked with a national law firm’s Austin office and became trained in the firm’s Insurance Defense and Commercial Litigation section. He represented insurance carriers, individuals and businesses who sued for negligence, insurance bad faith, deceptive trade practices and contractual claims. He also represented a variety of health care providers and corporations in both personal injury and commercial claims.
As a result of his success as a defense attorney, Mr. Bemis was invited to work as an attorney in a plaintiff’s firm on the side of individual personal injury victims in 1988. Mr. Bemis soon became the firm’s lead litigation attorney. Mr. Bemis’ future partner, Lonnie Roach, later became a member of the same firm; after several years of practicing together as litigation attorneys, Mr. Bemis, Mr. Roach, and Mr. Greg Reed, an attorney at another firm, decided to leave their respective firms and form Bemis, Roach & Reed in 1993.
Bemis, Roach & Reed has represented individuals with personal injury, insurance bad faith and disability claims for over 20 years. His clients have included those seeking long term disability insurance, including ERISA plans, and Social Security disability. He is admitted to practice in United States District Court, All Texas Districts. He has also argued before the Federal Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Lloyd enjoys spending time with his wife Lyra and their dog Raz. They go camping when they can and love to travel.