On this edition of Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen and co‑host and Ringler colleague, John L. Machir welcome Pat Machir, a mother who chose a structured settlement after her daughter, Michelle was injured when she was a teenager. Pat shares her daughter’s story, talks about her experience as a mother and the benefits of going with a structured settlement.
On this edition of Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen welcomes co‑host and Ringler colleague, Jim Brady and guest, Attorney Virginia L. Price, shareholder with Klinedinst PC, to explore the many different areas of transportation law. Virginia talks about the kinds of cases that fall under transportation law including casualty litigation, cargo and employment law, 24-hour rapid response protocol and getting involved before lawsuits are filed.
On this edition of Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen welcomes colleague and co‑host, Bill Wright from the Atlanta office of Ringler Associates and guest Chris Risley, director of Risk Management Services at the Department of Administrative Services in Georgia, to take a look at a risk management success story from the state of Georgia. Larry, Bill and Chris discuss the Comprehensive Risk Control Program, reducing the accident rate for Georgia’s state fleet of vehicles by 25 percent over the last two years and what impact this program will ultimately have on the number of accidents and the savings for the people of Georgia.
On this edition of Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen welcomes Mark McVeigh, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Distribution for Liberty Life, to discuss how structured settlements can be a smart financial choice in today’s challenging economic climate. Mark and Larry look at some of the challenges in the structured settlement arena today, writing annuities to support taxable settlements and the security of a structured settlement.
On this edition of Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen welcomes colleague, Tom Murray, an associate in the New York City and Fairfield County, Connecticut offices and Attorney Henri A. Demers, partner with the firm Ahmuty, Demers & McManus, to look at the importance of having a broker present at the settlement table from a defense attorney’s perspective. They discuss the broker’s role in mediation or at the settlement conference, when to bring a broker into the settlement process and what kinds of cases are best suited for a structured settlement from a defense attorney’s standpoint.
As we begin to see signs of recovery, how has the economic downturn affected us financially and emotionally? On this edition of Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen and co-host, Carmella Ginty from Ringler Associates welcome Dr. Ronit Lami , an expert in finance and psychology, to take a look at next steps after the money is gone. They will discuss the present state of the economy and its effect on people and offer tips for coping emotionally with financial losses.
On July 1, 2009, new rules regarding Medicare Set-Asides will go into effect. Join Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen and his colleague, Joan L. Pagnano, head of the Braintree, Massachusetts Ringler office as they welcome Peter Foley, Vice President of Claims Administration for the American Insurance Association to discuss the details of the new MSA regulations and how they will affect your practice. Don’t miss this important discussion.
In this edition of Ringler Radio, join host, Larry Cohen and co-host, William D. Wakelee, settlement annuity specialist in Ringler’s Philadelphia office, as they turn to Dr. Christopher Coyne, Associate Professor in the Department of Finance from Haub School of Business at St. Joseph’s University to discuss the state of the economy, the importance of a structured settlement especially now and how we all need to have hope during these hard times.
Many lawyers and their clients are interested in the nuances of the Social Security Administration and how it works especially in today’s market. Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen and co-host, Mike Woodyard, an associate in the Dallas and London offices, welcome Barbara Mountain, Director of Marketing/Client Relations for Integrated Benefits, Inc, to explore the world of social security. Ms. Mountain has over 14 years disability claims and Social Security disability experience. They will discuss social security, how the social security system works, how benefits are awarded, how the appeal system works and who can be the best advocate for best results.
What can lawyers do to market themselves and how do they rise above the competition? Join Ringler Radio host Larry Cohen and co-host Ann Marie VonBank from the Ringler office in Minneapolis as they take a look into the competitive world of lawyer marketing. Ringler Radio welcomes expert Robert Beeson, President and Director of Sales for the legal marketing company MCM Services Group. Get the latest in legal marketing strategy and implementation!