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Dan Finn, owner of Finn Financial Group, discusses a nonphysical injury structured settlement and how this type of settlement differs from a traditional structured settlement in claims resolutions.

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Published: November 14, 2016
Podcast: The Insurance Law Podcast
Category: Medical Law
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