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"I have an opportunity to truly help people who have experienced a traumatic event - designing plans to assist with current and future needs."
Cindy manages Ringler’s Louisville and southern Indiana offices. As a Consultant, Cindy markets, quotes, and designs structured settlement plans that meet the unique needs of the injured.
She attends settlement conferences and mediations, and as a lecturer and author, Cindy has extensive experience informing others about the benefits of structured settlements for all parties involved in personal injury cases.
Cindy was also recently elected by her peers to serve on the Ringler board of directors. She will take an active role in leading the company and delivering on the Ringler vision for innovative solutions that meet the needs of its customers
Cindy offers more than 30 years experience in claims, insurance management and structured settlements, with diverse expertise in:
Cindy joined Ringler in 2003 as a Settlement Annuity Specialist (SAS) and became a Consultant, (business owner) in 2007, managing the Louisville, KY and Southern IN offices.
Prior to joining Ringler, Cindy was President of AEGON USA’s structured settlement business. During her 16-year tenure with AEGON, she was responsible for building the business from $400 million to $7 billion through marketing, sales, and acquisitions. She managed sales, marketing, distribution, and operations activities, which included new business, licensing, payment services and compliance.
Prior to joining AEGON, Cindy was National Operations Manager for Kenneth H. Wells & Associates (now called EPS Settlements), a national structured settlement firm in Denver, CO, and spent seven years in claims and training with The Equitable General Insurance Company and GEICO in Fort Worth, TX.
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Married with three children and four grandchildren.
“Being a wife of a high school teacher and coach, and mother of a high school child, my life revolves around youth activities, especially enjoying watching our daughter cheer with her high school squad and traveling with her as she competes nationally with a cheer gym.
“We love sports, especially football and basketball, attending games at the college and professional level in Kentucky and Indiana. We are actively involved in our church and we love hanging out with our grown sons and their families, especially our grandchildren, who light up our lives!”
To refer a case to Cindy L. Chanley, CSSC, please fill out the form below. Please be sure to include all pertinent information. Cindy will get back to you shortly.