by Structured Settlement Watchdog
Structured settlement payment buyers seeking to use Dupage County Courthouse in Wheaton Illinois as a forum shopping venue to skirt scrutiny of structured settlement factoring transactions (or hide highly discounted deals in venues where there is no online search of court records), may as well pick up their sticks, because the word is out.
Perhaps it's time to call in the "Illinois Structured Settlement Factoring Derision", a sub-derision of the "Federal Bureau of Indupendent Professional Advice and other Nonsenseum"?
Sources with ears to the ground, suggest that Texas is getting a greater look now that there is a extended hold back period on release of information to the public.
Then there's Louisiana where conditions exist such that a personal injury lawyer could attempt to shaft his own clients a year after advising them to get into a a large structured settlement, a deal so piggish that it horrified even players in the structured settlement secondary market.