Spotlight: James Kristy – insurance bad faith in Los Angeles

The Kristy Law Firm

3020 Old Ranch Parkway
Suite 300

Seal Beach,
CA
90740

(562) 799-5548

James R. Kristy is a Los Angeles attorney specializing in bad faith insurance lawsuits. He is a UCLA graduate and completed his JD at the Whittier College School of Law in Costa Mesa. During law school he was editor-in-chief of the school’s professional journal, the Whittier Law Review. Following a successful 20 year long career in corporate finance James turned his attention to helping those who he felt were underrepresented. After passing the California Bar in 2000 Kristy practiced law until founding his own firm in 2003 in Los Angeles County in Seal Beach.

What is bad faith insurance? A person can file a bad faith insurance lawsuit if they believe that their insurance provider failed to provide them their benefits in a timely manner. This can apply to long term disability, workers compensation and even homeowner’s insurance. A insurance bad faith claim can also be filed due to a complete or partial witholding of due benefits.

If your insurance benefits were denied, you can contact  bad faith insurance lawyer in Los Angeles James Kristy. The Kristy Law firm was founded in 2003 and has helped hundreds of people collect millions of dollars in settlements. They have successfully represented clients against companies such as Farmers Insurance and  and Mid-West National Life Insurance Co. He has also represented clients against various Home Owners Associations (HOAs).

 

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