As a legal assistant since 1992, Gus helped build Estey & Bomberger from the beginning. He has been an integral part of the impressive results over the past decades, most notably cases with client results of $23 million, $20 million, $18 million, $15 million, $3.2 million and $1.5 million, and a high-profile Supreme Court case, Morris v. De La Torre.
Trusted Media Expert
Gus is a valued resource for the local media; the TV audience finds him particularly engaging and relatable. Some of his most notable media interviews are linked below; a full list is here.
- Univision — sexual abuse of a schoolgirl
- Univision — dangerous pedestrian intersections in San Diego
Gus is a sought-after educator and trainer on topics from Civil Remedies for Survivors of Sexual Assault to Healing Effects of the Legal Process, and is called-on by the East Los Angeles Women’s Center, the Child Advocacy Center and the Masonic Center for Youth and Families, both in Covina, CA regularly to train crisis volunteers, social workers, psychologists and more.
- San Diego State University
- National University
- East Los Angeles Women’s Center, 54-hour Sexual Assault training
In addition to his skills in civil litigation, Gus is experienced in immigration law, family law, bankruptcy law and criminal law, which adds to his more robust view of client cases. In addition to Estey & Bomberger, Gus has helped several other firms in southern California. His compassion, and his caring nature, allow him to relate easily to clients who trust him from the moment they meet him.
Gus is married with three children and almost two grandchildren.