We recently had the honor of attending the Tennessee Association for Justice’s (TAJ) June trade show as a gold-level sponsor. While we were there talking with trial attorneys and other legal professionals, it was striking how many attorneys have a misperception of our approach to buying all or part of their client’s structured settlements. When clients run into trouble and call asking for help selling their payments, attorneys often aren’t aware of our services and our way of doing business.
Selling Payments – The Best Way
We know that structured settlements are important and a valuable part of a client’s recovery because it gives them something to count on. We also recognize the planning and forethought on the attorney’s part to set a structure up for the client’s benefit. But, since we can’t see the future and things change, those same clients may find themselves in need of funds sooner. When that happens, we can help.
- We only work on referrals from professionals – no television advertising
- We can buy only part of a settlement- no pressure to sell the whole structure
- We help clients – not take advantage of them
Working With Attorneys
In our ongoing relationship with and support of the Tennessee Association for Justice, we anticipate working with trial attorneys and structured settlement professionals in a way that helps clients. This quote from the TAJ sums it up:
“We are excited to have them on board and hope you will find their services beneficial to your clients!”