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“Structured settlements are one of the great financial benefits that the federal government allows for injury victims and dependents in wrongful death cases,” says incoming NSSTA President J.P. Steele at the annual NSSTA meeting. Join Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen and co-host, Tom Murray from Ringler Associates for an important discussion with Steele as a special guest interview on this show at the NSSTA meeting in Puerto Rico. Hear about the goals and challenges ahead for NSSTA such as legislative initiatives, educational outreach, broker relations and other industry priorities.

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Published: June 12, 2006
Podcast: Ringler Radio
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