Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen and co-host, Peter Early take on the topic of litigation when it comes to nursing home residents. Hear expert litigation manager, Christine Kehoe, at Hamlin & Burton Liability Management, discuss Medicare and Medicaid regulations, arbitration agreements and nursing home contracts. You’ll learn how new regulations will impact the nursing home/long-term care industry.

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When an individual is injured in the workplace, there is not only a long-term physical impact, but a financial one. Workers’ compensation is paid on a periodic basis in weekly payments, so a structure is simply another way of delivering benefits.  Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen joins colleague, Peter Early and special guest, Alan S. Pierce from the firm Pierce, Pierce & Napolitano, to talk about choosing a structured settlement in a workers’ compensation case, the benefits, the process and educating clients on the long-term impact of going with a structured settlement.

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Get educated and up-to date when it comes to workers’ compensation issues and trends. Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen joins colleague, Peter Early and special guest, Rebecca Shafer, President of Amaxx Risk Solutions, Inc.  talk about reducing workers’ compensation costs, current trends and how the use of structured settlements is consistently growing for workers’ compensation cases.

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When is a Medicare Set Aside a good choice in a liability case?  Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen along with colleagues, Tom Blackwell, Vice President and Program Director of Ringler Medicare Solutions, Inc. (RMS), and Peter Early, talk about the complexities of liability cases where Medicare is involved and recent developments involving Medicare Set Asides as a settlement tool.

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This past April, members of National Structured Settlement Trade Association (NSSTA) decided to “Take the Hill”. They headed to Capitol Hill for meetings with members of Congress and senior Congressional staff to discuss important public policy and the economic security benefits of structured settlements.  Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen talks to Ringler colleagues, Peter Early and Erin Muller about their experience at “Take the Hill” and their mission to educate our elected officials on the benefits of structured settlements.

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