by Structured Settlement Watchdog®
The New York Law personal injury law firm of Trollman Glaser & Lichtman did a fine job with its recovery for then 7 year old Nadya Verdesoto in 2003. Nadya's structured settlement with Travelers provided for the following
Guaranteed lump sum payments
$75,000 on 11/11/2013
$75,000 on 11/11/2014
$75,000 on 11/11/2015
$75,000 on 11/11/2016
$597,871 on 11/17/2020/
The structure cost $350,000 and the guaranteed income tax free payout was scheduled to be $897,851 [ $547,851 in tax free income over structured cost!]
The settlement was approved by Judge Bertram Katz
Now pay attention to the dates...
Sometime in early 2015, Nadya Verdesoto hooked up with Seneca One, the same Chevy Chase MD company and member of the National Association of Settlement Purchasers that completely hosed an Oklahoma MetLife annuitant for a spread in excess of $1 million (details in a post from earlier this week)
On May 15, 2015 a petition to transfer structured settlement payments was submitted to the Bronx Supreme Court and it was denied. A motion was made to reconsider and THAT was denied. Then a final denial of the petition on October 26, 2015.
According to Nadya Verdesoto's 's public and open Facebook profile, she stated school at Bronx school of law, government and justice on December 22, 2015. Nadya's LinkedIn says 2009-2014
According to Nadya Verdesoto's public and open Facebook profile, she started Monroe College November 4, 2015. Monroe College, a subset of the City University of New York (CUNY) has branches in the Bronx NY, Queens NY, New Rochelle, NY as well as the St. Lucia in the Caribbean, but not Tampa.
On December 11, 2016 Nadya Verdesoto was issued a voter registration card in Tampa Florida. Although not sure if she's voting for Hillary or Bernie, the card says he is registered with the Democratic party. The voter registration bears a New York number with a 917 area code .
A White pages search shows that Nadya Verdesoto has an address in Tampa Florida since November 2015, conveniently just days after the 3rd denial by Bronx County Supreme Court.
On January 22, 2016, a petition to transfer was submitted in Hillsborough County Florida Circuit Court by Seneca One attorneys Fox Rothschild
On February 3, 2016 an amended petition was filed
On February 23, 2016 the amended transfer petition was approved by the Hillsborough County judge.
Ms. Verdesoto, who lacks a self-effacing Twitter name, states she lives in Bronx New York on her Facebook profile
Did Seneca One, LLC recommend a trip on the "South Florida Special"? Did Seneca One pitch Nadya Verdesoto that the structured settlement factoring deal could be done in Florida after New York judges rejected 3 times?
Wouldn't be the first time that a member of the National Association of Settlement Purchasers, tried to circumvent the New York Structured Settlement Protection Act. Stay tuned for Part Two