A structured settlement broker is a trained professional that can help you find your way through the maze.
Setting up a structured settlement agreement is complicated. In many cases neither the recipient nor the defendant knows exactly what is all involved, or what the costs or pros and cons will be when they make a decision.
Brokers take the emotion out of the topic. Their job is to help you make the right choices, using your head rather than your heart.
A structured settlement or annuities broker will provide both parties with all of the required information and act as a medium for negotiations.
They will take responsibility for analyzing the financial needs of the plaintiff, provide a fair settlement based on this analysis, confer with Medicaid and SSI when necessary, mediate negotiations and provide the plaintiff with tax-planning advice if needed.
Most importantly, a broker should work closely with your attorney to ensure you get the funds you need to cover all of your expenses. This includes medical expenses, lost wages and present debt.
A settlement broker can also act on your behalf when you decide to sell your structured settlement. Selling a structured settlement can be almost as complicated as arranging the agreement. That's why you need the help of Direct Settlement.
As with all businesses, there are unscrupulous structured settlement brokers. Research potential brokers before using their services.
Some brokers have exclusive arrangements with certain buyers. This leads to a poor deal for you as they only have their own interests in mind.
When you deal with a reputable company like Direct Settlement, you know you are getting the best deal for you. We work hard on your behalf to get you the most money possible.
Contact our experienced professionals today for your free, no obligation consultation.
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