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Ronnie Kashri

Ronnie Kashri

I'm a highly experienced insurance lawyer going against insurance companies
  • Insurance Claims, Personal Injury
  • California
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Biography

Mr. Kashri is a highly experienced insurance claims lawyer committed to providing his clients with superior service and results. Initially, he experienced years of legal practice representing some of the most prominent insurance companies. As an insurance lawyer he handled several thousand cases in litigation.

Mr. Kashri has switched gears from representing insurance companies to pursuing insurance companies. Handling thousands of cases while representing insurance companies has allowed him to have a competitive edge over other attorneys. This experience has enabled him to tactfully litigate against insurance companies!

Mr. Kashri handles various types of insurance claims, including handling or negotiating claims, bad faith/unreasonable denials, failure to pay claims, failure to settle claims, failure to defend in a lawsuit, failure to properly investigate a claim, and more.

Mr. Kashri take cases from all over California and litigates them. Every claim is different and may require an attorney to review it. Don't let the insurance company push you around anymore. If you have an insurance claim, call us now for a free consultation!

Education
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
J.D. (2010) | Law
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California State University - Northridge
B.S. (2005) | Business
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Los Angeles Pierce College
A.A. (2003)
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Professional Experience
Lawyer
KASHRI LAW, APC
- Current
Lawyer
Benson & Associates
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Professional Associations
California State Bar  # 274837
- Current
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
State Bar of California
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Fees
  • Free Consultation
    We provide free consultation before taking on any case!
  • Contingent Fees
    Most cases are taken on a contingent fee basis (not hourly fee). Call now for a Free Consultation!
Practice Areas
    Insurance Claims
    Bad Faith Insurance, Business Insurance, Health Insurance, Motor Vehicle Insurance, Property Insurance
    Personal Injury
    Animal & Dog Bites, Brain Injury, Car Accidents, Construction Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Premises Liability, Truck Accidents, Wrongful Death
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Farsi: Spoken
Legal Answers
Q. Are you resp. to pay for auto reprs for cars in front of you in a rear end coll if you were not the car that caused the
A: Generally, the negligent person that caused the accident should be responsible to pay for the damages/injuries. However, it depends on the detailed facts of each case, which is not present here. If you are taken to court and are somehow found to be negligent, even partially, then you would be responsible to pay for a portion or all of the damages/injuries. If you had insurance at the time, you can consider submitting a claim with them if it has not already been done. If there are no coverage issues, your insurance company should defend you and/or pay the claim on your behalf.
Q. What should the appellant have done instead of going after Enterprise? Target Mr. Sanchez instead? If yes, I need help!!
A: If there is a police report or if you have any insurance information on the other driver, I would consider making a claim with that insurance company. Otherwise, If you have car insurance, you can make a claim with them and depending on the circumstances and coverage available, they may cover the claim.
Q. If I a the lien holder on car I am selling to my granddaughter, can I still be or liable if she got in a wreck
A: If you are the owner you could still be liable. Under California Vehicle Code section 17150, an owner may be liable for the negligent or wrongful act or omission of the driver by using the vehicle with permission, express or implied. Pursuant to California Vehicle Code section 17151, the owner can be liable for up to $15,000 for death or injury to one person but up to $30,000 for more than one person and up to $5,000 for property damages. In any case, if the driver is driving your vehicle as your agent or if there is any negligent entrustment, then you could be liable for the entire amount of injuries and property damages.
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Contact & Map
KASHRI LAW, APC
9025 Wilshire Blvd Ph
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Telephone: (424) 333-0474