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The Wisconsin County Mutual Insurance Corporation (County Mutual) was invited to present oral arguments to the United States Supreme Court on Monday, April 27, 2015 regarding creating a new standard for the use of excessive force claims by pretrial detainees.
Aegis Corporation's Robert Wurtz, John Dirkse, David Bisek, Sheila Mishich and Brian Knee attended this monumental case on behalf of the County Mutual. The company serves as the general administrator of the County Mutual.
"It was an honor to be able to represent the County Mutual before the United States Supreme Court and to see our work on a particular case in Monroe County impact federal standards moving forward," said Aegis Corporation Senior Vice President of Claims and Litigation Management David Bisek. "We had a first rate team from our attorneys through our claims and litigation staff. Whether before this court or at a local level in Wisconsin, we at the County Mutual remain dedicated to working tirelessly to defend and represent all our members."
Pictured above left to right, front row is Robert Wurtz, Aegis Corporation President; Sheila Mishich, Aegis Corporation Litigation Case Manager and John Dirkse, Aegis Corporation Executive Vice President.
Back row is David Bisek, Aegis Corporation Senior Vice President of Claims and Litigation Management and Brian Knee, Aegis Corporation Litigation Case Manager.