The structured settlement watchdog chuckles at inconsistency on the Internet. It's like the game you play where you compare two similar pictures and you are charged with identifying the subtle differences. Here's another example...
On the one hand
2011 "...... has been defending the cause of injury victims since 1988". "Her company (......) was one of only three approved structure firms in British Columbia". Company website 5/14/2011
Note: Emphasis ours.
On the other hand
2011 "provided structured settlement annuities to plaintiff and defence counsel as well as ICBC (Insurance Corporation of British Columbia) in the province of B.C., Canada" LinkedIn profile 5/14/2011
2006 "I have been a structured settlement broker since 1988 working both the plaintiff and defense side of brokerage in Canada and the U.S." My company.......was one of only three approved structure firms in the province of British Columbia. Note: STILL published on the Internet 5/14/2011
The choice of words is Interesting... "defending the cause of injury victims" and "worked on......defense side of brokerage. " Can the statement "on the one hand" be taken together with statements "on the other hand", or are they mutually exclusive? You decide.
Both statements were published on the Internet by the same person (or by an entity to which she was contracted- on her behalf).
On February 18, 2008 I wrote "Doing the Right Thing Is Not Exclusive to One Side or Another. It IS Exclusive to One's Humanity and Integrity" in response to a "pearl of wisdom" from the aforementioned. Enough Said.