2019 List of best structured settlement companies

We will start by asking, what is Structured Settlement? The word "Structured settlements" is a legal settlement, where a defendant pays a particular amount as settlement to a plaintiff in installments over time. For example, if you win a settlement worth $20,000, you may receive $1,000 a month for 20 months or $1,000 a year for 20 years, and this depends on what is stated in the terms of your structured settlement. In some cases, the recipient will look for a structured settlement buyer to purchase all or a portion of their payments. A structured settlement company, which is also unknown as a factoring company, then pays the consumer a discounted lump sum in exchange. The consumer will benefit by this system by allowing access to money up front, and the company that bought the settlement at a discount will also benefit. But first realize how important the buyer selection process is, before making a move.
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There are large number of companies out there that buy structured settlement. Don't be in a hurry to get cash for your structured settlements. Before you sell your structured settlement to these companies, there are a number of questions that you may want to ask yourself:

1. How do the terms the company offers you favour you, and can these terms be compared with terms offered by others?

2. How does the structured settlement company treat you? Is it with friendliness, patience, and understanding, or are you been placed under pressure?

3. Do you have any reason to question or doubt the financial standing of the company? 

Below are list of companies that buy structured settlements:

- DRB Capital
- Fairfield Funding
- CBC Settlement Funding
- Oasis Legal Finance
- Novation Settlement Solutions
- Client First Settlement Funding
- SenecaOne 
- Liberty Settlement Funding
- Singer Asset Finance Company
- AnFed Bank
- Stone Street Capital
- Strategic Capital

=> Do you have any Structured Settlements company you have done business with before, that is not listed above? Please share with us via comment box below.

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10 August 2019 at 23:26

None of the companies you mention is a structured settlement annuity company. None of these companies actually buys structured settlement annuities. None of these companies is a structured settlement company.

The companies you mention buy structured settlement payment rights which are not annuities and they resell structured settlement payment streams to investors. The companies are known as structured settlement factoring companies

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14 August 2019 at 09:24

Thanks for the correction. I never knew they buy only structured settlements payment right, because on most of their pages, they asked readers to sell their structured settlements to them, and they did not add payment rights. Maybe I should go deeper to know them more. But if they don't buy structured settlements, do you have a list of buyers?

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