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March
2019
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Robert P. Caples, Jr.
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FROM MY DESK:
Hockey Concussions, MSA Administration

Dear Colleague,

First I would like to draw your attention to the Ringler Radio show on former hockey players and concussions featured in this month’s newsletter. I was proud to co-host this show with our special guest, who provided tremendous insight into this troubling trend in contact sports.

Then please check out this month's feature story on how using a structured settlement and professional administration for an MSA can provide valuable protection to an injured party. We present two case scenarios so you can see for yourself the side-by-side financial advantages versus funding an MSA with a lump sum.

THERE'S MORE.

Tip-Off

You’ve seen this matchup before:

The combination of a structured settlement and a Medicare Set-Aside that is managed by a professional administrator is touted as the best way to protect settlement dollars for an injured party. When hit with unexpectedly high medical costs, as the thinking goes, the pairing of these two services allows the injured party to access more coverage from Medicare and pay fewer dollars out of pocket.

In keeping with the spirit of March Madness, we decided to put this assertion to the test for “Team Joe” and a $200,000 lump-sum settlement vs. the challenger: professional administration and structured settlements.

HIGHLIGHTS HERE


Ringler Radio Double Feature

* Youth Sports Concussion Prevention

* Former Hockey Players and Concussions

LISTEN NOW

Settlement Strategies

Structure Helps Worker Train for Online Career

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