Hello, I’m Randy. I look forward to speaking with you soon. We’re here to help you effectively resolve your legal issues.
Attorney, Of Counsel
Insurance is typically at the heart of most litigation, and Randy’s interest in insurance began at an early age, while watching his father conduct business as an insurance agent in Houston, Texas.
After attending and graduating from the University of Notre Dame, Randy returned to Houston to work for his father, whose business had expanded into commercial real estate development.
While working in both insurance and real estate, he attended law school at night, never losing sight of his childhood goal to practice law.
For over three decades, Randy has been very successful in representing a wide variety of clients in civil matters throughout Texas.
In 2006, Randy obtained a $98.8 million verdict on behalf of his client in a commercial lawsuit regarding tortious interference with existing and prospective contracts and business disparagement.
More recently, he coordinated a team of lawyers in Texas and Delaware to defeat a wrongful effort to recover over $200 million from his client.
Randy has represented hundreds of individuals and small businesses in recovering money for damages from construction defects, misrepresentations in real estate transactions and wrongful denials of coverage by insurers.
He has helped corporations, insurers, governmental entities, school districts, and religious and non-profit organizations, in a broad range of matters, from transactions to lead trial representation.
Additionally, he serves as a testifying expert regarding insurance law and attorneys’ fees.
Prior to his Of Counsel position at Ramsey Law, Randy was a partner at Chambers, Templeton, Cashiola & Thomas (1997-2009), Cashiola & Bean (2009-2017), and now Cashiola Law (2017-present).
Randy has been married to Margaret for over 25 years and together they have a daughter, Allison, who is a Speech Language Pathologist for an elementary school in Harris County. He is active in his church, and serves as counsel for the Diocese of Beaumont.