2015 "Structures 202"

Learn more about the 2015 Structures 202 Program in Las Vegas, NV--February 18-20, 2014!

To view the brochure and register, click HERE.

Congressional Structured Settlements Caucus Launch

The Congressional Structured Settlements Caucus was launched on March 5, 2014 in Washington, DC.  The formation of the Caucus serves as critical confirmation that Congress recognizes structures for
what they really are; a way to help injured parties put together their lives in
a safe and secure manner. Please reach out to your Member of Congress and ask them to join!

Taylor Smith CLM Advisors

The June edition of Claims Management Magazine, includes an article titled “Low Hanging Fruit-Executive Perceptions and Strategies on Squeezing the Most Out of Structured Settlements.”  The article was written by Taylor Smith, President CLM Advisors and highlights results from a survey of how senior claims executives perceive the value of structured settlements. The article also focuses attention what senior claims executives believe are the most significant contributions structured settlement consultants bring to the claims negotiation process.  The survey was commissioned by NSSTA.

Taylor Smith

President, CLM Advisors

Caucus Silo Lewis

"Structured settlements have always enjoyed strong bipartisan support in the U.S. Congress because they help ease the pain and suffering that accompany some of the worst tragedies a person can experience.  These settlements allow seriously injured survivors live with dignity and financial independence."

Congressman John Lewis (D-GA)

Co-Chair of the Congressional Structured Settlements Caucus

Rest in Peace

NSSTA is very saddened to let our members know that Dave Ringler passed away last Friday, after a valiant fight with cancer.  He was 75 years old.
In addition to his family, one of Dave’s proudest achievements was Ringler Associates, which he founded in 1975, and he served as Chairman and CEO until 1992.  He returned to Ringler Associates in 2006, establishing a successful sales practice in North Carolina.  He also served as the very first President of the NSSTA and served on the first Board of Directors of NSSTA PAC.
Dave was a charismatic leader in our industry and a great friend to all of us.
A funeral service in honor of Dave’s life will be held on Saturday, December 13, 2014 at 11 AM at Davidson United Methodist Church, 233 South Main Street, Davidson, North Carolina 28036.
Click here to read the obituary from the Charlotte Observer.

Click here to read a copy of the NSSTA Lifetime Achievement Award, recently presented to Dave Ringler.

Video of the Month

Experienced and successful personal injury attorney, Thomas M. Bond from the firm of Kaplan/Bond in Boston tells you why a structured settlement is the best choice for the longterm financial security for you and your family when your lawsuit settles for a large sum. Hear how one man made the wrong choice and tragically lost everything.

The real benefit of a structured settlement comes when the structured settlement consultant shows the variety of payment options and all the parties see how far they can make the money go.

Carolyn Israel Stein, Esq.
Attorney & expert in medical negligence

Informative New White Paper from Prudential

Prudential White Paper

Prudential has created a new, informative white paper which is intended to heighten the awareness and understanding of structured settlements.  To access the white paper, click here.

NSSTA Brochures

  • Your future. Guaranteed.

    A lawsuit settlement could be your one chance to protect your financial future. Learn how a payment stream can accomplish this and hear from those who are seeing the benefits.

  • Annuity Security Handout

    Find out why a structured settlement annuity is one of the safest possible ways to protect future income.

  • Structured Settlements for Minors Handout

    Injured children are at special risk from others taking financial advantage of them. A structured settlement not only protects their settlements, it can help settle their claims faster.

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