Monthly Archives: February, 2019

Hospital Price Transparency Law: Friend or Foe?

Michael Walrath, J.D. Plaintiff lawyers and injury victims are often required to resolve hospital liens and debts which arise from an injury caused by the negligence of another. These hospital charges attach to a plaintiff’s settlement proceeds in most states.[1] Most state statutes or county ordinances limit hospital liens to reasonable charges but fail to…

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Creating the Best Structured Settlement Plan For Your Client Part 2

In this two-part article, we are discussing the benefits of hiring a settlement planner. When a personal injury plaintiff is awarded a large settlement, they likely are not qualified to manage the funds they received in the settlement. There are many complex nuances in managing a settlement trust and its best to leave the financial…

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Creating the Best Structured Settlement Plan For Your Client Part 1

Many people have heard the phrase “structured settlement” and may even understand the basic concept of what this entails. However, they probably do not understand how this process actually works. More importantly, they may not understand why settlement planning can benefit them. In this two-part article, we will educate you on the reasons why you…

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