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NSSTA National Structured Settlements Trade Association Review

Updated on June 10, 2011

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For more than 25 years, the federal government has encouraged injury victims and their dependents to use structured settlements, which have also attracted strong support from plaintiff attorneys, state attorneys general, legislators, judges, and disability advocates.

If you would like additional information about structured settlements, please contact a structured settlement broker or a life insurance company in your area. Or you can call the National Structured Settlements Trade Association.

A long term structured settlement has several advantages, such as security, peace of mind and guaranteed long-term income. That gives the victim or their family the ability to recover without spending time and resources determining different investment strategies. Visit for more facts and information on structrued settlements of all types.

You might want to consider a structured settlement if you are in a lawsuit.

The tax-free payments from a structured settlement can:

* Relieve the financial pressures of medical expenses and living needs;
* Meet long-term rehabilitation or permanent care facility expenses;
* Provide for the future costs of college funds, retirement, down payment on a home, or mortgage payment; and
* Provide long-term financial security.

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