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Settlement Nation

Courtney Barber

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Conversations with leading trial lawyers and settlement professionals on topics ranging from advice and strategies from top trial lawyers, settlement planning for plaintiffs, tax planning for attorneys, and future innovations in the legal and insurance industries. Brought to you by Independent Life, the only plaintiff focused structured settlement provider, and hosted by Courtney Barber. The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed on the Settlement Nation podcast are those of the guests, and ...
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Rocking Chair; or, Settlement

Scantic River Productions

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Rooted in New England folklore, ROCKING CHAIR is a horror musical podcast that tells the tale of characters lured into a haunted forest over the course of three centuries, the ghosts that haunted them there, and the mysterious rocking chair at the heart of it all. FULL TRANSCRIPT
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Stay current with the latest news on the settlement industry, nationwide litigation, trends in the legal and insurance industries and everything in between with Ringler Radio™, the award-winning podcast series from Ringler. Join our hosts Phil Krause and Matt Ross as they welcome accomplished professionals and discuss topics ranging from current noteworthy cases, Medicare Set-Asides, workers compensation, 468B trusts, long-term disabilities, mediation, structuring settlements in large and sm ...
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Israeli Settlements 360

Dahlia Scheindlin in partnership with the Israel Office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation

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What everyone needs to know about the history, present and future of Israeli settlements, A podcast by Dahlia Scheindlin in partnership with the Israel Office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation
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Life in the Talbot Settlement

Backus-Page House Museum

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Western Elgin County, Southwestern Ontario, Canada history. Produced by Tyrconnell Heritage Society, operators of Backus-Page House Museum. Host - Angela Bobier, Cultural Manager Music - Jack Witmer Podcasting equipment funded by the Government of Canada. We acknowledge the land we are on today as the traditional territory of Indigenous People. As settlers at a settler focused museum, we value both the significant historic and contemporary contributions of all Original Peoples and ask how we ...
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#65: Welcome back to our series War Chest Wednesday, where we showcase tips, tools and resources to help power your fight for justice. Today I am joined Bob Dryzgula, the Co-Founder of Function4, powering the largest industry event databases in financial services, and now, law. Bob shares a brand new, industry breaking launch - The Trial Lawyers Ev…
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In this episode, our guest, Greg Bashaw, from CP Resolutions breaks down the ins and outs of Future Medical Cost Projections and discusses why they should be considered for every claim. If you'd like to learn more about Greg Bashaw and the work that CP Resolutions does, please visit their website at www.cpresolutions.com…
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On October 11, 2023, Medicare announced updates to the Medicare Civil Money Penalties which sent everyone into a state of shock. Our guest, Greg Bashaw, from CP Resolutions breaks down what occurred and helps us make sense of what the penalties are and what effect they'll have going forward. If you'd like to learn more about Greg Bashaw or CP Resol…
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The story of the Age of Discovery traditionally begins in 1415, when the Portuguese captured the Moroccan city of Ceuta in a stunning lightning assault. Among those who made their names that day was Prince Henry of Portugal, a young, brash, and zealous prince. Over the next 45 years his restless nature would place him at the vanguard of both glory …
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#64: Welcome back to the show in 2024! In this episode of Settlement Nation, I chat with Jakob Norman and Brian Ward from Trial Lawyers For Justice. Jakob and Brian break down their $63M verdict against Chevron for covering up a toxic chemical pit, using Trial by Human techniques that they teach nationwide on their roadshow. Practising what they pr…
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While we are accustomed to associate the Age of Discovery with the New World and the Far East, the dawn of that age began with significantly less ambitious voyages down the coast of Africa. In this episode we go over the various voyages down the coast of Africa from antiquity through the dawn of the fifteenth century, culminating in Jean de Bethenc…
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#63 (Part 2): In this episode of Settlement Nation, I continue my conversation with Sean Claggett; founder, partner and lead trial lawyer of Claggett & Sykes Law Firm. We discuss three of Sean's most successful verdicts, including an in depth look at his recent $485 Million verdict against healthcare giant Acadia Healthcare in New Mexico. We also d…
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In this throwback episode, our hosts interview Jason Schechterle, who used a structured settlement after his case against Ford Motor Company to create a new life for himself and his family. After suffering extreme burns to over 40% of his body, his structured settlement gave him the freedom to focus on his recovery knowing that his financial future…
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#62: Welcome back to our series War Chest Wednesday, where we showcase tips, tools and resources to help power your fight for justice. Today I am joined by by Michelle Jordan, the founder of Iconographics and her team Shawn Kinsey, Director of Forensic Visualization and Emily Beikirch, Director of Medical Visualization. Iconographics is the premier…
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#61 (Part 1): In this episode of Settlement Nation, I chat with Sean Claggett; founder, partner and lead trial lawyer of Claggett & Sykes Law Firm. Sean is an adjunct professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Boyd School of Law, as well as a long time entrepreneur and teacher, giving a lot of his time back to helping others become better tri…
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Do you like ghost stories? What about folkloric musicals? Rooted in New England folklore, ROCKING CHAIR is a horror musical podcast that tells the tale of characters lured into a haunted forest over the course of three centuries, the ghosts that haunted them there, and the mysterious rocking chair at the heart of it all. Learn more about your ad ch…
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With the workforce in turmoil over the past few years, there are organizations that are gaining strength by supporting career building, networking, and collaboration. In the insurance industry, RISE Professionals is one of those organizations that's making some big waves. In this episode, we talk with Amy Cooper, founder of RISE, and Jarrod Zea, a …
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Michael Young of Reichardt Noce & Young in St. Louis, Missouri joins Mike Campbell and Chris Finney to talk about insurance cases from the defense angle. Michael is a litigation partner at Reichardt Noce & Young. For over 20 years, he’s represented insurers in complex insurance coverage matters in all steps of the claims process. During the pod, Mi…
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In today’s episode we talk all about cholera. What is it? How do you contract it? How did Upper Canada deal with the monstrous epidemic? How many lost their lives? Show Notes- https://backuspagehouse.ca/2023/09/20/podcast-episode-55-cholera/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lifeinthetalbotsettlement/message…
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In this episode we talk a bit about the impetus for the birth of the age of exploration. The more famous impetus was the desire to open a direct sea route to India to compensate for the collapse of the Silk Road, but the earlier, and lesser-known impetus, was the desire to discover the fabled Rio de Oro, or River of Gold – the source of the fabled …
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One of the oldest agricultural pursuits known to man is beekeeping. In today's episode we learn about the process of making honey, settlers' utilization of honeybee crops, the development of keeping bees, and the great influence the insects had on life in Upper Canada. Show Notes- https://backuspagehouse.ca/2023/09/06/podcast-episode-54-honey-honey…
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Ringler Consultant, Jeffrey Klugerman, tells stories of past settlement outcomes -- the good and the unfortunate -- to illustrate the benefits of engaging a settlement consultant and learning about all the settlement options available. To learn more about Jeffrey Klugerman and the services he provides, or to contact him directly, go to https://ring…
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#60: Welcome back to the show, and to a brand new series - 'Things We Love & Need'. This series showcases simple and effective items that support the busy trial lawyer on the go! From office upgrades to travel hacks, cool tech gadgets and products you never knew you needed, each episode will feature items recommended by myself and fellow trial lawy…
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In this episode written by Becky Van Harn, you will learn all about the characteristics of the early Anglican Church, the clergy reserves and their reception in Upper Canada, and the many Reverend Stewarts in Tyrconnell. Show Notes- https://backuspagehouse.ca/2023/08/30/podcast-episode-53-anglican-influence-on-the-talbot-settlement/ --- Send in a v…
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In this week's episode we talk about soap and the various ways settlers utilized it, the extensive time and effort that went into simple household tasks like doing laundry, and the trials and tribulations of bathing. Show Notes- https://backuspagehouse.ca/2023/08/09/podcast-episode-52-laundry-hygiene-part-1/ --- Send in a voice message: https://pod…
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When a general advice legal memorandum, also known as a GLAM, was issued in December addressing attorney fee structures, the industry took a collective gasp. It took some deep research to unravel the meaning of the GLAM, but our conversation with legal tax expert, Matt Meltzer from the law firm of Flaster Greenberg, helps sort it all out.…
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During the First and Second World Wars, Canadian citizens served their country in many different ways. On the battlefields soldiers fought for their lives and country, meanwhile back in the fields of Canada, men, women, and children worked to provide food not only for our citizens and military, but our allies. Show Notes- https://backuspagehouse.ca…
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In part 2 of Blair Ferguson's oral history interview we discuss various plane crashes from the area, the Fingal Bombing & Gunnery School and its many changes throughout the years, and the Canadian farmers who helped fight from the farm fields. If you would like to participate in our Seniors Oral History Project, contact us at 519-762-3072 --- Send …
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Join Matt Ross as he talks with Ringler Settlement Consultant, Chris Chan, and attorney, Brit Karp from the law firm of Alexander, Morrison & Fehr about using structured settlements in employment disputes. Learn more about Brit Karp here: https://amfllp.com/about/britt-karp/ Learn more about Chris Chan here: https://ringlerassociates.com/consultant…
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In this 3rd and final episode of Sharon Malott's interview for our Seniors Oral History Project we dive into big changes that have happened to the area over the years, weather events, and tracking down members of her family. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lifeinthetalbotsettlement/message…
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Matt Sharp of Law Office of Matthew L. Sharp in Reno joins Mike Campbell and Chris Finney to discuss an outstanding result where Matt Sharp and his co-counsel obtained $200 Million in a health insurance bad faith verdict. The case was against the largest health insurer in the country that denied a client the proton beam radiation therapy he needed …
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#59 (Part 5): We are back with your favorite series and a brand new guest! In this episode I chat with James (Jim) Murphy from Claggett & Sykes Law Firm. Jim, now a plaintiff trial lawyer, has spent 20 years working as an insurance defense attorney and brings his unique perspective to Settlement Nation, shedding light on defense strategies. With a …
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In part 2 of Sharon's interview we talk about family stories, farm reminiscences, and much more! If you would like to participate and share some stories for Seniors Life in the Talbot Settlement: Oral History Project, please contact us by emailing info@backuspagehouse.ca --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lifeinthe…
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In this episode you will hear from Sharon Malott, a participant of our Seniors Life in the Talbot Settlement: Oral History Project! In today's episode, Sharon tells us about her journey tracing family history, the family farm, and going to Duff Church. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lifeinthetalbotsettlement/me…
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With concerns about inflation mounting, the Growth Structured Settlement offered by Assura Trust offer a complement to the basic structured settlement annuities that the industry has grown to trust. On today's episode, we welcome Susan Bowersox, Vice President of Business Development for Assura Trust, and a long-time structured settlement insider. …
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In the second and last part of Dave's interview he talks about growing up on a farm, fundraising by selling vegetables, and the joys of teaching! If you would like to participate and share some stories for Seniors Life in the Talbot Settlement: Oral History Project, please contact us by emailing info@backuspagehouse.ca --- Send in a voice message: …
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In this episode you will hear from Dave Skipper, a participant of our Seniors Life in the Talbot Settlement: Oral History Project! In this episode, Dave tells us about going from a one-room schoolhouse to high school, how he started teaching, and his once bustling raspberry farm all while giving us some wise words on inspiration! --- Send in a voic…
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In the last part of Dave Hagerty's oral history interview we talk about fires, family heirlooms, and fairs! If you have stories to share, consider participating in our Seniors Life in the Talbot Settlement Oral History Project! Contact us at info@backuspagehouse.ca --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lifeinthetalbot…
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In part 2 of Dave Hagerty's oral history interview we talk about the once bustling town of Fingal, Dave's staged western shoot out on Fingal Line, the Bombing & Gunnery School, and more! You don't want to miss out on this episode! If you would like to participate in our Seniors Life in the Talbot Settlement Oral History Project please contact us at…
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#58: In this episode of Settlement Nation I sit down with Jason Van Camp, a decorated Green Beret, Ranger and West Point graduate, turned successful entrepreneur and high performance coach. In Part 2 of this multi-part series, Jason shares more battlefield lessons from his book "Deliberate Discomfort", demonstrating how anyone can develop the warri…
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In this episode you will hear from Dave Hagerty, a participant of our Seniors Life in the Talbot Settlement: Oral History Project! Today Dave talks about growing up on a farm, school life at S.S. No. 12, pranks, and many more great stories of Fingal and surrounding area! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lifeinthe…
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