Insurance Claims Attorney serving Culver City, CA



EJD Law Group represents individuals and businesses who have endured bad faith conduct from their insurance company. Whether it is a homeowner who suffered property damage to their home and the insurance company refuses to cover the claim, a contractor who has a claim relating to their work and the insurance company refuses to provide coverage for the claim, or a business owner who has been named in a lawsuit and the insurance company refuses to defend them, we have the expertise to assist in a wide variety of matters relating to insurance coverage.

We represent policyholders on the following types of claims:

  • Water Damage
  • Wind Damage
  • Smoke and Ash
  • Earthquake Damage
  • Mold Claims
  • Landslides
  • Mudslides
  • Theft and Vandalism
  • Contractor's Claims
  • Liability Claims



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