by Structured Settlement Watchdog
So structured settlements are NOT a dirty word after all?
"A Funny Thing Happened On The Way to the Forum"
A year and a half after a settlement planner trashed structured settlements in a missive sent to trial lawyers on one day, while the next day promoting buying factored structured settlement payment streams from a structured settlement factoring intermediary (that the settlement planner is co-founder of and operates out of the same address as the settlement planning firm), the lines continue to blur.
The structured settlement factoring intermediary firm, for whom said co-founder often appears as a voice in written articles on its behalf published in a legal publication, appears in a Google Ad proclaiming itself a "Structured Settlement Company". My my my, as my late granny used to say. Moreover, one can easily observe through a Google search that the settlement planning firm has also optimized the key word "structured settlement experts" to promote itself. I don't know about you but I'm filing this under structured settlement humor. for the naturally curious.
As an observer, it's actually quite a flattering gesture to JG Wentworth if I may say so. As I reported in May 2021, the 800 lb gorilla from Chesterbrook Pennsylvania has been all in on structured settlement key words.
See It's Thursday and JG Wentworth/Peachtree Go Fluid as a "Structured Settlement Broker"
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