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Sam Senders
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Proud father. Lucky husband. Settlement calculator maker. Believer in justice (and indemnity) for all. Always busy structuring settlements. Knows New York settlement mathematics.
Proud father. Lucky husband. Settlement calculator maker. Believer in justice (and indemnity) for all. Always busy structuring settlements. Knows New York settlement mathematics.

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On the one hand, injured plaintiffs who can no longer work do have immediate cash needs while awaiting resolution of a law suit. But on the other hand the temptation to borrow excessively against future settlement proceeds, which erodes the available funds that might create stable, tax-free future #StructuredSettlement payments is harmful to the plaintiff.
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Why Do I Need a Structured Settlement? A basic plaintiff friendly tutorial from #PacificLife on the merits of #StructuredSettlements. https://youtu.be/Cu0w6k78oP0 #PersonalInjury #MedicalMalpractice
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The Trial Lawyers Section of the NYS Bar Association is offering an all day 7 credit CLE featuring #MedicalMalpractice attorneys including Jeffrey B. Bloom, Ben Rubinowitz, Joshua Cohen, Elizabeth Cornacchio, Bill Vaslas and Jeffrey M Feldman to be held in NYC on 3/29/2018. Details @ http://www.nysba.org/trial/
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This share is for my friends and clients at smaller boutique firms and companies that may not have a dedicated IT department to ensure hard drive encryption, cloud based back up, or two factor email authentication. There's a lot you can do, inexpensively, to protect your business. Here's a few:
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From the POLITICO New York Healthcare Report — MED MALPRACTICE MARKET MOVES — Medical malpractice firms from around the nation are descending on New York, once hostile terrain for out-of state players, and the Cuomo administration fears the flood of newcomers could upset the state market, potentially harming doctors and the patients in their care. ... Why it matters: The growth of Risk Retention Groups in the market poaches business from the carriers that the Department of Financial Services can regulate. That weakens the state-run market."
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