Stay current with the latest news on the settlement industry, nationwide litigation, trends in the legal and insurance industries and everything in between by listening to Ringler Radio, the award-winning podcast series from Ringler. You will hear from accomplished professionals – high-profile attorneys, claims experts, financial pros, celebrated authors, prominent elected officials, life company representatives and even a celebrity now and then, plus Ringler’s top settlement professionals from across the country – as they share their real-life case stories in the podcasts with host and Ringler veteran Larry Cohen.
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Highlights from recent shows and a link to our program archives are found below. You can also find us under Ringler Radio in iTunes and automatically download them to your iPod for free.
The Rise in Rideshare Litigation
In recent years there has been a rise in lawsuits against the increasingly popular ridesharing companies, like Lyft and Uber. Ringler Radio host Larry Cohen, along with co-host Manny J. Valdez, Jr. and guest attorney Laurel L. Simes, founding partner of Levin Simes Abrams LLP, talk about this growing legal topic, the rideshare companies’ response to allegations and litigation, and what needs to be done to guarantee the safety of the passenger.
Structured Settlements for Minors
When a legal settlement involves an injured child, the parent or guardian is responsible to ensure the child is taken care of financially and physically long-term. How do structured settlements for minors differ from those for adults? Ringler Radio host Larry Cohen and Ringler colleague Ryan Christen Oliphant discuss details of structured settlements for minors so the interests of the child are the priority and the funds are not dissipated.
Foodborne Illness & Litigation
If you think cases of foodborne illness and litigation are on the rise, you’re right. The CDC estimates 48 million Americans a year suffer from foodborne illnesses, some more serious than others. On Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen and Timothy D. Lytton, Associate Dean for Research & Faculty Development at Georgia State University College of Law, take a look at foodborne illness litigation, legislation, and food safety.
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