Mr. Ring Fights For Policyholders In Insurance Bad Faith Cases
If you are facing a wrongfully denied or only partially paid/covered insurance claim, Mr. Ring can help you. Mr. Ring has won millions of dollars in judgments, awards and settlements for policyholders from their insurance carriers. Mr. Ring has successfully represented hundreds of insurance bad faith clients over his nearly 35-year career. He has successfully prevailed in claims against the largest insurance companies, including Lloyd’s of London, Allstate, 21st Century, State Farm and Farmers Insurance. He will fight to get you fair coverage for your claim and represent your best interests in the courtroom.
Mr. Ring is a skilled lawyer with a long history of winning case results. Mr. Ring assists clients throughout the Los Angeles area and across California from his Woodland Hills office. You can schedule a free case evaluation with Mr. Ring by calling 818-835-5842.
An Experienced Litigator For Many Types Of Insurance Claims
Mr. Ring will work closely with you to understand the events leading up to the denied claim and the full extent of your damages. He will then investigate your claim and create a personalized litigation strategy that accounts for your unique situation. If your insurance company’s denial fails to comply with California law, Mr. Ring will seek compensation, such as contractual damages, punitive damages and payment of your legal fees.
There are many actions or inactions that can lead to an insurance bad faith claim, including:
- The Failure to Promptly Examine a Claim
- Unjustly Delayed Payment
- Using Unreasonable Arguments to Refute a Claim
- Using Unreasonable Interpretations in Translating Policy Language
- Refusing to Settle a Case or Refund the Monies Due
- Failure to Indemnify the Claimant Against Lawsuits as Specified in Their Policies
Mr. Ring’s Goal Is To Get The Compensation You Deserve
Mr. Ring will fight the insurance companies while you can focus on your life. Mr. Ring can represent clients on a contingency fee or hourly basis.