We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
John (Jack) Stennett has been litigating ERISA cases since 1989 and personal injury and bad faith cases since receiving his license in 1976. He has successfully litigated cases against almost every major insurance company.
He is dedicated to representing individuals who need help obtaining the benefits promised by insurance companies and employee welfare benefit plans. Though Mr. Stennett has broad litigation experience in numerous areas of the law, he has chosen to focus his practice in this area of the law because of three simple reasons.
First, focusing on benefit claims allows him to become highly proficient in the area and provide the highest and best possible representation of his clients.
Second, he identifies with his individual clients who, on their own, are the clear underdog in any battle against an insurance company or employee trust and he loves representing the underdogs.
Third, he loves battling insurance companies who have a fiduciary duty to their insureds. Because their analysis is influenced by their own financial self interest, it is virtually impossible for an insurance company not to place their own interests above those of their insureds. Their decisions are invariably unfair and wrong.
His client's claims typically involve claims for disability, life or accidental death benefits and pension and health benefits.