Long-term disability insurance can be a complex area of insurance law for lawyers and consumers.  On this edition of Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen joins colleague Tony Robinson and guest, Deborah M. Nelson, Partner at Nelson Boyd PLLC, to give us a refresher course on long-term disability insurance. Deborah discusses the difference between other types of insurance policies, the application process for disability benefits and some of the common questions individuals have when it comes to long-term disability policies, especially when it comes to  the areas of traumatic brain injury and insurance litigation.

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There are many elements that come into play during a court trial. For instance, the process of choosing jurors for trial and more importantly how to engage jurors after they have been selected. On Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen joins colleague, Tony Robinson and guest, Attorney Jeffrey D. Boyd from Boyd Trial Consulting, PLLC, to explore trial consulting and what lawyers need to know when it comes to jury selection.

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On this very special Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen welcomes colleague, Tony Robinson and their guest, Todd Stabelfeldt, a spinal cord injury victim and an advocate for those who have suffered the same injury, to share his inspirational story. Larry, Tony and Todd  discuss everything from spinal cord injuries and caregivers, to technology, to helping and educating others through The Todd Stabelfeldt Foundation.


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Many of the cases structured settlement brokers handle are very complex.  Clients in these situations need great legal counsel to represent them in the courtroom and beyond.  On this edition of Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen welcomes colleague, Tony Robinson and guest, Attorney Sheryl Willert, the managing director of Williams Kastner and Chair of the USLAW Network Board of Directors. Sheryl explains the USLAW Network’s mission and how clients can access some of the best trial lawyers in the country and around the world, while also receiving cost-effective representation.

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You may not think of it at first, but a structured settlement broker and a financial planner can meet the needs of many clients who find themselves in the position of a large monetary award in a lawsuit. Designing a structured settlement and long-term financial planning can address both short-term financial needs and long-term investments collaboratively. Join Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen and co-host Tony Robinson both of whom are from Ringler, with special guest and financial planning expert, Julie Robinson as they discuss the many important factors including tax free annuities, and risk tolerance for prospective clients.

Why should the details of most legal settlements in tort cases be strictly confidential? Some think the details should be made public. Its a controversial topic for many. Join Ringler Radio hosts Larry Cohen from Boston and Tony Robinson from Seattle, both of Ringler with guests who are experts on the topic. Please welcome Attorney Paul Stritmatter from the law offices of Stritmatter, Kesler, Whelan, Withey and Colluccio in Seattle. He’s been a key figure in many multi-million dollar product liability and negligence lawsuits and settlements. Also welcome Law Professor Louis Wolcher from the University of Washington School of Law. He’s been teaching law for 20 years and prior to his teaching career, Wolcher was a partner at the law firm of Petitt and Martin in San Francisco. This show was produced at the ATLA convention in Seattle.