Does South Carolina allow structured settlements?

Answer According to the South Carolina Code of Laws Title 15 "Civil Remedies and Procedures" Chapter 50 "Structured Settlement Protection Act," structured settlements are allowed in the state as a means t... Read More »

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Can you sell structured settlements in south carolina?

Structured settlements are arranged payment plans usually for victims who win damages from an injury lawsuit. South Carolina has a statute in place that protects owners of structured settlements an... Read More »

What does the term structured settlements mean?

Structured settlement is a way to pay money form a settled lawsuit. Instead of getting one payment of the full settlement, you get smaller payments spaced out over several years.FeaturesAfter a law... Read More »

How many miles does it take to get from Andrews, South Carolina to Georgetown, South Carolina?

Georgetown, South Carolina is located approximately 20 miles southeast of Andrews, South Carolina. The quickest motor vehicle route between the two cities is US-521 South, which is a 17.2 mile trip... Read More »

How do structured settlements work?

A structured settlement is a financial arrangement arising from a lawsuit, pre-litigation, or worker's compensation settlement. Payments are made on a predetermined schedule until the structured se... Read More »