I’d get a balanced view of a range of people, including:
(a) Factoring company reps
(b) Casualty companies that refuse to participate in factoring and actively oppose them
(c) A couple of the judges who have denied transfer petitions, and a few who granted them
(d) Some individuals who sold their S2 rights a few years ago – what happened? Are they happy now? The names of the latter are readily available from case decisions where transfers were granted.
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Possibly individuals from the financial institution industry such as bankers to explain why a person cannot use a structured settlement as collateral against a loan since a recipient of structured settlement payment rights has no ownership interest in the underlying annuity…
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