Today on Ringler Radio, host, Larry Cohen and his co-host, Jim Early, talk with Congressman Jim Langevin, a Democrat, representing constituents from the 2nd District in Rhode Island since 2001.  Congressman Langevin talks about his own personal experience with a structured settlement years ago that helped him and public policy for structured settlements today. Hear one of the best cases for the long-term security of a structured settlement instead of a lump sum settlement.

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There are many benefits of going with a structured settlement. Ringler Radio host Larry Cohen and co-host, Carmella Limongelli  join special guest, Attorney  Jesse M. Suit III, a trial lawyer and  supporter of structured settlements from Kalfus & Nachman, to talk about his experience with structures and the importance of taking care of the client post-settlement.

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The National Structured Settlements Trade Association (NSSTA) is a driving force educating Americans about the value of a structured settlement.   Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen and colleague, John Machir, a founding member and current President of NSSTA and head of National Marketing for Ringler, discuss the many  issues that NSSTA champions behind the scenes on Capitol Hill.  Larry and John take a look at tax reform and Congress, protecting the tax free status of annuity payments to people with serious injuries and how a structured settlement expert is vital for a successful settlement outcome.

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After a settlement has been reached in a lawsuit, often claimants have questions about how to handle or manage their settlement money. On this Ringler Radio podcast, host Larry Cohen and co-host, Ann Marie VonBank get some real world perspective from expert guest, Attorney James Heuer, Jr.,  to discuss the attorney obligations to the client during settlement negotiations and after the settlement has been reached.

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When a child is injured, families suffer not only from the devastation of injury, they also suffer financially. After a lawsuit settlement, they are then faced with the difficult decision of whether to accept a lump sum or a structured settlement in their case. On this edition of Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen and co-host, Rachel D. Grant, Settlement Annuity Specialist in the Detroit office are joined by guest,  Attorney James C. Lewis from the firm, Shapiro, Lewis & Appleton, P.C., in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Jim shares his insights about why a structured settlement is the best choice when a child is injured and how this decision can benefit not only the child, but the entire family in the long run.

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Over the past few years we have experienced a financial meltdown, impacting many, including personal injury victims who did not minimize risk. A full economic recovery is slow to come but there are ways to protect your financial future. Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen along with co-host, Bill Wakelee, talk with returning guest, Dr. Christopher Coyne about how these difficult financial times have affected these unique investors of the structured settlement world. They talk about how structures deal with the volatility of the marketplace and the preservation of capital concept with the structured settlement.

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How can the issues that arise in behavioral finance specifically and profoundly affect personal injury victims as members of that unique investor class? Join Ringler Radio host Larry Cohen and co-host, William D. Wakelee from the Ringler office in Philadelphia, as they come full circle in part three of this tremendous series on the unique investor class. Ringler Radio welcomes returning guest, Dr. Christopher Coyne, from St. Joseph’s University, who will re-cap by exploring the three concepts within the investment decision-making process, how people behave even after they’ve decided to take a guaranteed tax-free structured settlement and how unique investors simply can’t afford risk.

Economics in the courtroom and in a settlement can be very different from what we think of in terms of economics. Join Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen with special guest Dr. John Scarbrough, who is president of Litigation Analytics, Inc. He has a PhD in economics, over 25 years’ of experience in analyzing economic loss in the matters of personal injury and wrongful death and he has recently joined Ringler. You’ll hear about the concept of human capital and the ten myths of forensic economics.

Victims of personal injury have unique current and future needs resulting from their injuries. And as plaintiffs in a lawsuit, who may receive large settlements, they soon become a unique investor class facing important financial decisions. Join Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen and co-host Bill Wakelee from Ringler as they discuss the topic from the perspective of risk and investment strategies with well-known expert, Christopher Coyne, Associate Professor at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. Hear about wealth accumulation and preservation of capital among other important issues personal injury victims AND their lawyers should know about!