by Structured Settlement Watchdog®
The question " Are Medical Malpractice Settlements Taxable?" is legitimate. The answer is illiterate wallaby dung from a website purportedly owned by Aussie company
l M Connelly & Son's Pty Download CoolWhois.com - WHOIS search In fact the question never gets answered. Medical malpractice settlements are generally for damages from personal physical injury.
Some other words of "dumbdom" from "Professor Rattus
1. "When accidents occur, whether a car accident, slip and fall, because professional medical, wrongful death, or any other non workplace related injury occurs, structured settlements are often set up with companies insurance to pay for these criminal acts."
Comment: For the most part these are civil acts
2. "Without obtaining a court order, the product would be fully taxable, a scenario fighteningly (sic) foreboding
3. "This process is really a simple operation cookie cutter".
Comment: Run and don't look back! There is nothing "cookie cutter" about the primary or secondary market for structured settlements
4. "Keep in mind that this procedure is a process, and usually take at least 90 days before eating"
and finally my favorite part of the Blog Rodent's Post was the About the author section
"Visit the Foot Diseases website to learn about upperfoot pain and smelly foot"