When you’re dealing with a structured settlement after a lawsuit for a personal injury you will find that the checks do not come from the defendant that you sued but rather from an insurance company. The insurance companies that are involved in the structured settlement payments are some of the most well known companies in the world such as Berkshire Hathaway, New York Life, USAA, Pacific Life, AIG, and many of the other most well known insurance companies.
Here is a list of insurance companies in Alphabetical order that will fund structured attorney fees for domestic qualified assignment companies:
Attorney Fees for personal injury and wrongful death cases:
- Berkshire Hathaway Life Insurance Co. – Located in Omaha, Nebraska
- Independent Life Insurance Co.
- New York Life Insurance Co.
- Pacific Life Insurance Co.
- Pac Life & Annuity Co.
- Prudential Insurance Co. of America
- USAA Life Insurance Co.
Attorney Fees on Cases that are not involved in Personal Injury or Wrongful Death or fees on specific portions on qualified cases & the classification listed above
- Metropolitan Tower Life Insurance Co.
- National Indemnity Co.
- United States Life Insurance Co in NYC
Please note that the insurance companies names change through acquisition or rebranding and policies may differ between each insurance company. Our job is to help educate you about the dangers of selling your structured settlement payment rights and to provide an alternative option to selling using our 500 Cash Out consultation.