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Larry Cohen is the host of Ringler Radio and is the head of Ringler Associates operations in the Northeast....

Knowledge is definitely power and the financial services industry needs to better educate consumers on the benefits and attributes of structured settlement products. Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen, welcomes special guest, Bobby Steele, President of AIG American General Structured Settlements, as they look at the results of a new consumer survey of more than 1,000 Americans conducted by Esearch.com and sponsored by AIG American General Structured Settlements, focused on structured settlements vs. lump sum settlements. Larry and Bobby discuss the results of the survey, the Grillo v. Pettiete case and the need to better educate Americans on structured settlements.

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Published: April 28, 2008
Podcast: Ringler Radio
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