by Structured Settlement Watchdog
Roger thanks for the laughs bud. Roger Proctor, who touts his former membership in the American Trial Lawyer Association (now AAJ) is the CEO of Genex Capital, which acquired StructuredSettlement-Quotes in 2011.
"What is the difference between an annuity and a structured settlements?" is the basic legal question, Let’s take a closer look, particularly the highlighted text (emphasis added)
A Look at Structured Settlements
"Structured settlements are exactly what they sound like. These are generally the result of a lawsuit involving personal injury or liability, and represent an award in the plaintiff’s favor. The defendant has been found guilty or has chosen to settle rather than go to trial. The settlement amount has been converted from a lump sum into a series of payments over time. These are called deferred payments". Source: SSQ website, "a member of the Genex Capital family"
Setting aside the being sucked into the "awarded a structured settlement vortex" fallacy...
So let me get this straight, according to the Genex family member, if Bea Litheringidiot murders Dudley Do Right, and Ms. Idiot is found guilt by the King County Washington criminal court, Idiot can set up a structured settlement instead of copping a plea?
Hot Diggity Fog [Genex Capital (via SSQ) ]
"As you can see, the difference between an annuity and a structured settlement is actually pretty significant when you actually dig down into the subject" Source: SSQ Ibid.
Where digging down involves as much digging as "plumbing the depths" of dirt on home plate with a Hoover. #FrankDrebin #EnricoPalazzo #LeslieNielsen RIP