Get Cash Now for your Structured Settlement or Annuity Payments
Here at Client First, we always put our customers’ interests first. That means treating every client with the respect, support, and patience they deserve. It also means working hard to get our clients more cash than other companies could offer. If you are receiving monthly payments from a structured settlement, annuity, or lottery winning, Client First Settlement Funding will purchase all or part of your long-term payments in exchange for a lump sum of cash.
If you are tired of waiting for your money, complete the form above and a helpful representative will contact you shortly.
What is a Structured Settlement?
A structured settlement is a financial or insurance payment arrangement set up by the judiciary system as a result from a personal injury claim, wrongful death suit, automobile accident, medical malpractice or other unfortunate circumstance.
Settlement cases are a part of the statutory tort law, and are considered as an asset-backed security. The actual payment schedule is set up by both parties involved, and can be tailored to meet the recipient's specific needs. However, many settlement financial arrangements are distributed in low monthly payments, spreading the total amount of money owed overtime, rather than in a lump sum.
Sometimes, lower monthly payments make it difficult to make large purchases like putting a down payment on a home, paying off debts, sending your children to college or buying a reliable car. The list is endless. With a structured settlement, there is always the opportunity to sell some or all of the payments for an increased monthly allowance or a lump sum. Depending on the individual situation and need for additional funds, selling a structured settlement may be the best way possible to increase your financial well-being.
Process of a Structured Settlement:
Once a client settles a tort suit with an insurance carrier, the client consents to a settlement agreement, providing that in exchange for the dismissal of the lawsuit the insurance agency agrees to grant a series of periodic payments over time to the client. A long-term payment is given to the client in one of the following: (1) purchases an annuity from a life insurance company, known as a "buy and hold" case; or (2) a life insurance company delegates periodic payments obliged to the client, known as a "qualified funding asset" to finance the payments.
How to get CASH for
your Structured Settlement
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Having a structured settlement provides a steady source of income, but at some point you may consider selling your structured settlement
for a lump sum of cash. Here are six good reasons why: Tuition
If you don't have the money saved for your children's tuition or your own, you may want to get cash for a portion of your structured settlement payments. Your other options are grants, federal student loans (Stafford and Perkins) and private loans. Remember loans are money you will pay back with interest.