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Settlement Consulting for Injury Victims

When your personal injury case is resolved, whether by settlement or verdict, it can be difficult to find the right solutions that will protect your recovery. We understand that you probably have never been in this situation before and do not have experience dealing with such matters. That is why you need us.

Our goal is to protect you by providing expert advice and a sound financial plan ensuring your long-term needs are met. We meet with you to identify your immediate and long-term financial needs along with identifying public benefit programs that may need to be kept in place. Using this information, we can design a customized settlement plan for your recovery utilizing the right combination of traditional financial products and legal documents including professionally managed accounts, trusts and structured settlements. A properly devised plan provides you with liquidity, lifelong security and tax-free rates of return.



"In my business as a plaintiff’s products liability lawyer, everything begins and ends with our clients. In our firm we never handle a significant case without the assistance of Synergy. Why? Very simple: we trust Synergy with our clients. Yes, Synergy only works with plaintiffs. And yes, they are highly technically proficient and know this business cold. But what makes them different from others is that they listen to our clients, make our clients comfortable with complex issues, and always put the interests of the client first. In my opinion, because of their unique ability to handle people with sincerity and compassion in their time of crisis, they stand head and shoulders above his competition."

Richard Newsome
Newsome Law Firm, Past President of Florida Justice Association

Hospital "Liens" vs. "Debts": A Distinction With a BIG Difference ​​​​​​​Third Thursday Webinar Series

Join Director of Synergy Medical Bill Clinic, Michael Walrath, Esq. as he delves into the differences between “direct provider liens” and mere “medical debts.” In this webinar, he will describe how and why these important distinctions impact the lien resolution process and expected outcomes, while also dictating the various ethical and legal exposures faced by Plaintiffs’ Lawyers, post-settlement. A 15 minute Q&A will follow the presentation.

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