Structured Settlements and Periodic Payment Judgments

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Structured Settlements and Periodic Payment Judgments

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Structured Settlements and Periodic Payment Judgments is a complete reference work for attorneys, settlement planners, and insurance and annuity brokers. It contains complete and current coverage of all issues confronting those who resolve personal injury cases through structured settlements or who litigate cases under periodic payment of judgment rules. Topics include: negotiation strategies; annuity testimony to prove future losses; the responsibilities of plaintiff and defense counsel; IRC Section 468B Settlement Funds; annuity rates; evaluating the financial strength of insurance companies; state insurance guarantee associations; financing alternatives; the interrelationship of periodic payments and entitlement to Social Security, Medicare and other public benefits; evaluating and augmenting damages; expert testimony; mass tort litigation; effects of tax legislation; structured settlement work processes; factoring; structuring worker's compensation cases; and more.



Daniel W. Hindert

Daniel W. Hindert, a graduate of Williams College and Vanderbilt Law School. He is now a partner in Lewis Hansen in Salt Lake City, where he advises clients on personal injury litigation, both plaintiff and defense.


Joseph J. Dehner

Joseph J. Dehner, an honors graduate of Princeton University and the Harvard Law School, is a member of Frost, Brown & Todd LLC, a Midwestern law firm, with his office in Cincinnati, Ohio.


Patrick J. Hindert

Patrick Hindert is Managing Director of S2KM Limited. He is member of the Ohio State Bar Association and graduated from Harvard College and the University of Michigan Law School.

Hindert has been a leader within the structured settlement industry since since 1977. He previously served as President of Benefit Designs, Inc. (1977-98) and The National Structured Structured Settlement Trade Association (NSSTA) (1990-91) as well as Executive Director of the Society of Settlement Planners (SSP) (2003).

Hindert authors S2KM's blog "Beyond Structured Settlements" as well as S2KM's wikis. With Daniel Hindert and Joseph Dehner, Hindert authors Structured Settlements and Periodic Payment Judgments published by Law Journal Press® and updated semi-annually.

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