"Achieving the common goal of financial security offers a peace of mind for all parties."
Duke is a Broker and Settlement Consultant (CSSC) responsible for managing Ringler’s Pennsylvania operation.
After joining Ringler in 2012, Duke served as Sr. Vice President of National Marketing and was responsible for new business development, national account management, national marketing and corporate partnerships – as member executive management team of the organization.
Prior to joining Ringler, Duke held various leadership positions in the property and casualty insurance, health care and Medicare compliance industries.
Duke earned a B.A. Economics from the University of Connecticut, a M.S. Insurance from the University of Hartford and is completing additional post graduate education at Stanford University. In 2013, Duke earned his Certified Structured Settlement Consultant (CSSC) designation in National Structured Settlements Trade Association (NSSTA) sponsored program at University of Notre Dame. He is member of the Society of Claim Law Associates and also holds a Senior Claims Law Associate (SCLA) designation.
Leverage Emotional Intelligence For Successful Claim Settlements
In this blog post for the AMAXX Workers Comp Resource Center, Duke discusses the important role emotional intelligence plays during the settlement process. Read article.
Weighing Your Options
It is not often that you can utilize a valuable tool at no cost and reap the benefits of significant cost containment and improved outcomes. By structuring a Medicare Set-Aside (MSA), parties can reduce their overall costs and comply with Medicare’s policy in this area of compliance. Download article.
Time is Money: Creating Value with Structured Settlements Begins by Understanding Elements of the Internal Revenue Code
This article from Claims Management Magazine examines the tax advantages granted a structured settlement under several different scenarios, including personal injury claims, minors’ claims, taxable settlements and attorney fee structures. Download article.
Structured Settlements Protect Injured Workers & Save Work Comp Costs
Duke sits down for an interview with Michael Stack, President of COMPClub to discuss the benefits of a structured settlement for injured workers. Duke and Michael examine structured settlements in workers’ compensation cases as a way to offer security and stability for future financial obligations. Read interview.
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