You purchase insurance to protect you, but insurance companies can turn against you when you need them most. If you have been denied insurance benefits when you are facing a serious medical condition, damage to your home, failure to pay under uninsured/underinsured auto coverage, or failure to defend on a liability policy, you need a highly qualified lawyer who will stand up for your rights.We know how the insurance companies work and will aggressively represent you in bad faith insurance litigation.
Getting What You Paid For
Your insurance company has an obligation of good faith and fair dealing when presented with your claim. However, all too often insurance companies put their profits first.
Attorney has insider knowledge about the insurance industry that can work to your advantage. He formerly was a casualty adjuster with a national insurance company and has formerly worked as an attorney for major insurance companies. We combine that knowledge with over 30 years of experience with bad faith insurance claims to aggressively take on insurance companies. We are dedicated to helping you get the coverage that is owed to you.
We can help you when your insurance company is:
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Commitment to Success
He is a published appellate attorney against insurance companies and has experience with a wide variety of insurance bad faith cases. Among our wins, we have achieved six- and seven-figure recoveries for clients.
We are committed to protecting the rights of policyholders.
If you have been wrongfully denied your policy benefits through Homeowners, Auto, or medical benefits we can help you with your bad faith insurance claim. Contact our experienced attorneys to discuss your case.READ MORE
Legal matters involving children require careful counsel. You want to minimize the impact of disputes on the children while protecting your rights. The decisions made about custody, visitation and child support will affect you and your children in the long and short term. It is important to have compassionate representation from a highly qualified attorney. We understand not only the legal, but the emotional and psychological aspects of family law cases.
Attorney has handled all types of family law cases. We can assist you with paternity, child custody and visitation, child support and step-parent adoptions.
Contact us today for a free phone consultation about your case.
Resolving Custody Disputes
Whether your custody issue is related to a divorce or another situation, we will help you find the best possible solution for your family. We have helped clients obtain and modify orders relating to legal and physical custody, joint custody and move-away custody arrangements, as well as custody modifications.
With strong negotiation skills, we can help you and your spouse or partner come to an agreement through mediation that will save you time and money and leave you and your reorganized family free to go on with your lives.
If mediation is not right for you, we have the familiarity with local courts and extensive experience to aggressively represent you in settlement negotiations with the attorney representing your spouse or partner. If settlement negotiations are unsuccessful, we will aggressively and competently represent you at trial.
Establishing or Modifying Child and/or Spousal Support
When there are disputes over child support or spousal support, we will gather evidence of each party’s income or their ability to earn income. Our priority is making sure a fair amount of support is being paid — whether you are the payor or the payee.
We can help with establishment of initial support orders and also represent you in modification proceedings. Child support orders often need to be changed due to a new custodial arrangement or change in income of one or both parties. Spousal support orders also may require modification based on changes in income, marital status, cohabitation or simply the passage of time. We also provide services in child support cases initiated by the Department of Child Support Services against non-custodial parents for establishment or modification of child support.
What if One Parent Wants to Relocate With the Children?
If you or your spouse plans to move out of the state with the children, there are many things to consider. If you have existing custody orders, they generally will need to be modified to allow the move. If there are no existing custody orders, you may need to petition the court for permission to move the children away from the other parent. Alternatively, if you are the non-moving parent, you may wish to ask the court to prohibit the move.
Move away cases can be complicated, requiring highly qualified legal counsel. We are knowledgeable about the law and an help guide you through the process.
Assisting with Paternity Actions
We are experienced with California paternity law and can skillfully assist mothers or alleged fathers in paternity suits.
In a paternity matter, we will make arrangements for a DNA paternity test, including obtaining an order for any refusing party to participate in the testing. Once paternity is established, we will proceed to gather evidence toward the goal of obtaining orders regarding custody, visitation and child support.
However complex your paternity matter may be, we can help resolve it through mediation or litigation.READ MORE
If you have recently lost a loved one in an accident, you may still be in a state of shock. Your losses are financial, emotional and physical, but you may also just be confused about what to do now. You may have funeral arrangements to attend to, and day-to-day concerns.
If you have legal questions, contact the wrongful death lawyers. If someone else may have been to blame for the wrongful death, we will perform an investigation, and seek monetary damages for you.
A price cannot be put on a family member or spouse lost to wrongful death. But especially if that person was a bread-winner for the family, you will need compensation in a settlement or award, and we can help.
The wrongful death law in California allows financial recovery for miscellaneous things such as funeral expenses, as well as loss of companionship and financial support. Additional “punitive damages” are awarded in some cases.READ MORE