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Meet Tim | Associate

Tim Rozelle

Associate

Tim Rozelle

Tim Rozelle is an Associate Attorney with Kantor & Kantor, the nation’s largest ERISA plaintiffs’ firm. Tim has significant professional experience in the field of health benefits. He joined Kantor & Kantor LLP in 2014 after graduating from the University of California, Davis School of Law. Tim accepts and has represented many clients who have been wrongfully denied surgical, medical, mental/behavioral health and prescription drug benefits by insurance carriers.

Tim currently has focused a large amount of his practice on assisting individuals who have been denied proton beam radiation therapy (PBT) for the treatment of cancer. In 2019, Tim started the Proton Therapy Law Coalition, a group specifically formed to bring providers, patient advocates, patients and attorneys together to challenge PBT denials wherever they may arise across the country. The Coalition currently includes more than 70 members who have undertaken nationwide efforts to combat insurance companies’ denials of PBT.

Tim is quite active in the American Bar Association. Tim recently became the Tort Trial and Insurance Practice (TIPS) Vice-Chair to the Employee Benefits Committee, as well as the Social Media Chair of the Employee Benefits Committee of ABA’s Labor & Employment Law Section (LEL).

Tim grew up in Pasadena, California, attended UCLA and currently lives with his wife whom he met at Kantor & Kantor. When he has free time, he manages and plays in recreational co-ed softball leagues, visit Civil War battlefields across the country and roots for the Lakers at they seek to obtain title number 17.

Active Member

  • State Bar of California

Education

  • Juris Doctor, UC Davis School of Law 2013
  • Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, UCLA 2010
  • Bachelor of Arts, History, UCLA 2010

Court Admissions

  • Central District of California, Northern District of California, Southern District of California, and Eastern District of California.
  • Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals

What Sets Us Apart?

  • Free Case Consultations Provided
  • 160+ Years' Collective Experience
  • Thousands Of Cases Successfully Handled
  • You Don't Pay Us Unless We Recover Your Claim
  • Selected For Inclusion In The List Of Super Lawyers®

Client Testimonials

  • First of all, I want to express my extreme gratitude for probably saving my daughter's life.

    “First of all, I want to express my extreme gratitude for probably saving my daughter's life. By staying in treatment, the improvement is remarkable. She had been in eating disorder facilities many times, and treatment had been interrupted repeatedly by Anthem Blue Cross's denying benefits. Many of the health professionals were telling me that maybe my daughter was a hopeless case. You both gave me hope. She is still struggling with some residual issues around eating, but the change in her attitude, her ability to assess her own recovery, and her wish to live instead of to die, is evident in her life. Now she is back in school, after years of having her education disrupted by the eating disorder. She goes places with friends, and even goes out to restaurants for fun! This year marked the first holiday season for many years, when she had not been in a treatment facility. Other people gave up and you didn't. I can't thank you enough. You took the action that was necessary to keep my daughter in treatment long enough for it to work.”

    Anonymous

  • You have restored my faith in the goodness of people!

    “Thank you Glenn for accepting my case. I had all but given up on finding an attorney that was willing to take this case, and although you may not remember, I enclosed a note to you when I sent my [ins. co.] file asking you to please help me. You did that sir, and I can't thank you enough. My thanks to you Corinne for pursuing my case with vigor. I don't know much about how these legal things are handled, but I could tell by your communications with me, making sure I was always informed, that you were on top of it all. Also, you were ALWAYS available to me to answer questions, and your compassion for me and my situation is so much appreciated. I have had limited exposure to the legal system and attorneys, but I have never been able to just call and talk to them, as I could with you. I always had to speak with someone in the office that couldn't really answer my questions. My sincerest thanks and best wishes for you both You have restored my faith in the goodness of people!”

    Dick H.

  • The arguments you made on our behalf at the mediation resulted in a more positive outcome for our case than we could have otherwise expected.

    “We appreciate that you found merit in our case, and that you were both willing and able to be present at the mediation. We believe that the arguments you made in our favor to the mediator were able to influence the outcome towards resolution that we could feel satisfied with. In the end, we believe that your counsel, your support, and the arguments you made on our behalf at the mediation resulted in a more positive outcome for our case than we could have otherwise expected. Throughout you were always professional, but direct and clearly firm on our position. We thank you for your efforts to resolve our dispute to our satisfaction, and wish you continued success.”

    Mara T.

  • You've helped to remove a great burden from our lives. It's nice to know there are decent people still in the world.

    “Thank you for your kind efforts. You've helped to remove a great burden from our lives. It's nice to know there are decent people still in the world.”

    B.

  • Thank you for being lawyers with a heart.

    “Thank you for being lawyers with a heart.”

    Miriam T.