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Companies Can Still Buy Structured Settlement Payments Part V- Conclusion

Companies Can Still Buy Structured Settlement Payments Part V- Conclusion

The truth is, as we stated in Part VI of “Companies Can Still Buy Structured Settlement Payments”, with courts so overcrowded and resources shut down, you might not have gotten a well thought out payment schedule.

 

The judicial branch in California has sustained over $600,000,000 in budget cuts over the last four years, with more to come.  Court services all over California have been slashed:  court rooms have been closing and the support staff and judges have been layed off.  There is no longer the luxury of time to linger and establish a well thought out payment schedule for you and your injury.  There are too many cases on the judges schedule anymore – particularly with injury cases, and at a time with too small of a support staff to handle all of these cases thoughtfully.  There are more structured settlements now, and at a time when the courts might not be able to spend as much time to set up a thoughtful payment schedule for you and your needs.

 

This is when you will need to take the matter into your own hands.  The Federal Government has recognized this very issue.  This is why we have legislation now for SELLING YOUR STRUCTURED SETTLEMENT BENEFITS.  Associations like the NSSTA do a great job in recognizing the need to stop disabled people who really need the financial support for the rest of their lives from selling out and eventually becoming a ward of the state, or a financial burden of the state by needing county support services like food stamps and county medical help.

 

What they are not doing any favors for is to the population that can go back to work with their new disability eventually; for the population of people who would BENEFIT from selling some or all of their structured settlement payments.  This is where we come in, to help you evaluate the particulars of your situation, and to see, if you really are a good candidate to sell some or all of your payments.

 

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