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Settlement Trends: Articles & Insights
Settlement Planning Checklist #1: Letter of Acknowledgement
Settlement Planning Checklist #2: Full Market Survey
Settlement Planning Checklist #3: HIPAA Disclosure
Settlement Planning Checklist #4: Undisclosed Affinity Arrangements
Settlement Planning Checklist #5: Get the Facts on Medicare Set Asides
Building a Case for Structured Attorney Fees
Settlement Planning Checklist #6: The Advantages of Structured Attorney Fees
Settlement Planning Checklist#7: Business as Usual… is No Longer Business as Usual
Settlement Planning Checklist #8: Solving the Settlement Maze
Settlement planning checklist #9: Five Questions You Should Ask Before Consulting a Settlement Planner
Settlement planning checklist #10: MSA Risk? Help is Here!
Choosing the Right Path: Medicare Set Asides
Medicare Set Asides… Factual Concern or Urban Myth
Five Questions You Should Ask Before Consulting a Settlement Planner
What the Department of Justice isn’t Telling You
The Advantages of Structured Attorney Fees
The Most Serious Risks You Don’t See Coming: Surprising Statistics of Malpractice Lawsuits.
Three cases every Personal Injury Attorney should know.
How much does that structured settlement really cost the defense?
Grillo Attorneys sued for not recommending Structured Settlement.
Why Plaintiff’s Counsel should take control
Protect yourself and take control
Questions you don’t want your client asking after the defendant has been released
Top ten reasons the Defense historically dictates your Structured Settlement
FAQ’s: Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Structured Settlement?
Do I have options in how I receive my payments?
What are my settlement options?
What is a periodic payment settlement?
Are clients better off with a lump sum?