New York Structured Settlements and Structured Judgments
A structured settlement provides core income stability with the safety, security and guarantees from well capitalized New York licensed life insurance companies*, or Treasury Funded Structured Settlement payments. It's like getting a paycheck from a "job" that you can never be fired from.
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Our consistent track record of uncompromising ethics and the extensive experience of New York structured settlement expert John Darer® CLU ChFC CSSC RSP CLTC, instills confidence and trust. We use cutting edge technologies that allow us to respond quickly, and give you the most relevant structured settlement information and perspectives.
Whether its simply needing structured settlement quotes from New York admitted life insurance companies , an analysis or projection of structured judgments under New York CPLR 50A or CPLR 50B, or having a comprehensive settlement planning discussion, or a Sudden Money engagement to discuss your financial transition, 4structures.com, LLC is dedicated to achieving the best outcome for every client, whether young, old, big or small.
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*Have a look at our Structured Settlement Company Museum on Pinterest for some really cool vintage images about the companies that back structured settlements. Some of the things you will see in the Structured Settlement Company Museum, are Prudential Insurance Company ads from the 1800s, a picture of the MetLife building being constructed in 1905, ads from different insurance companies that your parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, or even great-great grandparents may have seen when they were younger, trivia like why Prudential stopped using its slogan "get a piece of the Rock", see a copy of the luncheon menu for the New York Life Diamond Jubilee, in 1905 (New York Life Insurance Company was founded in 1845, before the Civil War!).