Scott Glovsky is an attorney in Pasadena and Claremont who focuses on health insurance bad faith, catastrophic personal injury, sexual abuse and trial work. He appeared in the film SiCKO and People Magazine, and his cases have been profiled on CNN and other major networks. Scott has received numerous awards including California Lawyer Magazine’s California Lawyer Attorney of the YearAward and the Consumer Attorneys of California’s Street Fighter of the Year Award. Scott is a faculty member at Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College. He is the author of the book Fighting Health Insurance Denials: A Primer for Lawyers and the host of Trial Lawyer Talk, a podcast featuring interviews with notable trial lawyers from around the country. Scott’s cases have affected millions of insurance policyholders. He litigated Arce v. Kaiser Foundation Health Plan on behalf of over 45,000 autistic children. The lawsuit resulted in Kaiser stopping its systemic denials of speech therapy and applied behavioral analysis for autistic children and in a $9,290,000 settlement for class members and autism research. Scott also exposed Aetna’s review practices of medical directors not reviewing medical records before denying treatment through litigation that led to investigations into Aetna by the United States Senate as well as regulators from California, Colorado, Washington and Connecticut. Scott received his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley and his J.D. from Cornell Law School. He can be reached at www.scottglovsky.com.