Structured Settlement Brokers

What is a Structured Settlement Broker?

A structured settlement broker is a person with required credentials, including a life insurance license, who represents a party in a lawsuit in proposing, planning, and obtaining a structured settlement to settle a settlement or judgment.

Licenses and Certifications

Professionals who work with structured settlements, including those from life insurance companies and factoring companies, may earn a pair of certifications through a professional group called The National Structured Settlements Trade Association. The first certification is to be classified as a Certified Structured Settlement Consultant (CSSC). The CSSC requires more than 80 hours of class instruction and learning prior to an examination. The second certification is the Master’s Certificate in Structured Settlement Consulting (MSSC). Eligibility for the MSSC requires a combination of a CSSC and seven years structured settlement industry experience. 

Settlement Brokers List

Sources:

https://www.justice.gov/civil/structured-settlement-brokers

https://nssta.com/csscmssc