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.
Did you know that an attorney can structure some or all of her/his fees? What are the benefits? Should you be structuring your fees? Join Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen from Ringler Associates for a discussion of Structuring Attorneys Fees with Attorney William McLaughlin whose law practice originates from Long Island, NY and expert guest. Kevin Silo, Senior Structured Settlement Consultant for Hartford Life. Don’t miss out hearing what Attorney McLaughlin does in his practice and what make work best for your practice.
Baby boomers now make up 26% of the U-S population, many of whom are turning the corner to 60-years old. Important issues are raised in the realm of structured settlements and the aging population such as lifestyles, medical care and financial needs. Join Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen and co-host, Mike Zea from Ringler Associates exploring the issues with Attorney Michael Miller, partner at Drinker, Biddle & Reath, LLP in Philadelphia who has research and legal experience in this area to share. Hear what you need to know about structuring the settlement in your case for clients in this growing AND aging population!
Many times the most far-reaching results come out of class action lawsuits against major corporations accused of making defective products, because those products then get corrected and society benefits. Join Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen and co-host Joe Mullis, both from Ringler Associates with special guest, Attorney Thomas Woodrow at the firm of Holland and Knight in Chicago, who gives us insight in a case study of dozens of class action lawsuits in the Firestone tire case. Find out how structured settlements played an important role moving these cases toward resolution.