Erin Ronstadt And Kyle Shelton Make 2022 Super Lawyers Rising Stars List

Dec 15, 2021 | Ronstadt Law News

Ronstadt Law is delighted to announce that two of its top attorneys – Erin Ronstadt and Kyle Shelton, have both been chosen as Super Lawyers Rising Stars for 2022.

The Long-Term Disability law firm says it is pleased to have two of its top lawyers recognized as “Super Lawyers.” And extends its congratulations to all winners of this year’s edition, as well as nominees who continually contribute to making the process of identifying brilliant and exceptionally driven attorneys easy and reliable.

Erin Ronstadt is the founder and principal of Ronstadt Law in Phoenix, Arizona. The top-rated insurance coverage attorney possesses over a decade of legal experience and invaluable counsel. Erin specializes in long-term disability, ERISA issues, insurance bad faith, long-term care Insurance and life insurance law. The award-winning attorney was listed as a Rising Star in 2019, 2020, 2021, and has now made it to the list of Super Lawyers in 2022.

Kyle Shelton is a top medical malpractice lawyer and also the newest partner attorney of the Ronstadt Law firm. Kyle has also been featured in the Super Lawyers Rising Stars list from 2017 to date. Kyle Shelton provides legal services covering Insurance Bad Faith, Catastrophic injury, and medical malpractice.

The Super Lawyers Rising Stars list is a well-followed rating service developed to help clients seek out top-rated attorneys close to them. The website relies on peer nomination, evaluations, and independent research to determine the most qualified attorneys, and also lists upcoming lawyers with huge potential as Rising Stars.


Hi, I’m Erin.

My life’s calling is to hold insurance companies accountable for the promises they make.

My law firm focuses exclusively on Arizona disability benefits law and we’d love to help you out.

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