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STRUCTURED SETTLEMENT

A structured settlement is a financial or insurance arrangement, defined by the Internal Revenue Code as periodic payments. An injured worker can structure a Compromise and Release to receive periodic annuity payments.

For the pros and cons and a “how to” guide, see Structuring a Settlement: A How-to Guide by Marjory Harris, Esq.

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Practice Tips  Always get recourse language in the Compromise and Release: see article below    
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Magazine Articles Structuring a Settlement: A How-to Guide by Marjory Harris, Esq.

Are Structured Settlements Still Relevant in Settling Workers’ Compensation Cases? by Steve Chapman and Gregg Chapman, Esq.

How Applicant Attorneys Work with their Structure Broker to Effectuate Large Settlements by Steve Chapman and Gregg Chapman, Esq.

How Structured Settlements Help Maximize Recovery in Death Cases by Stefanie V. Plotkin, CSSC, Steven F. Chapman and Gregg Chapman, Esq.
How to Structure a Settlement

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