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Mark Dickson

Settlement Consultant

Mr. Dickson has been a Structured Settlements Broker since early in the industry--1982. Since 2001, Mr. Dickson has exclusively worked with plaintiffs and their attorneys nationally to provide relevant settlement planning services using his exceptional knowledge. He has lectured at AAJ, ABA and ABA National Judicial College in addition to at numerous meetings of Trial Lawyers on the benefits of structured settlements, the importance of having their own brokers, and in recent years, on the impact of ACA on a settlement.

Career Experience

Structured Settlements Consulting

Dickson Settlement Planning /Millennium Settlement Consulting, Denver, CO and CA (2013-Current)

Dickson Campbell & Associates, Inc./The James Street Group, CO, WY, AZ, SC (2007-2013)
Dickson, Campbell & Associates, Inc., Greenwood Village, CO (2003-2007)
Mark Dickson and Associates, Inc./The James Street Group (2001-2003)

Provide a comprehensive package of services to Plaintiff Attorneys and their clients relating to a Personal Injury claim settlement. Develop solutions to address a plaintiff's long and short term financial needs utilizing Structured Settlement Annuities. This process incorporates review of legal documents and reports, attending mediations, preparing proposals and meeting clients in their homes. He develops a comprehensive plan for injured parties review while considering their needs for medical care, education, retirement, other income sources, and conservation of public benefits through the use of Trusts or Medicare Set Aside Accounts.

Provide plaintiff attorneys with fee structuring options. Prepare and/or review all Legal Documentation relating to the settlement for conformation to the IRS Code and Life Company specifications. Life Insurance Licensed throughout the US.

EPS Settlement Group, FKA The Structured Settlements Company, CO (1982-2001)
Structured Settlement Consultant-Defense
Provided Structured Settlement Services to Casualty companies and self-insureds using annuity and bond products.

Maryland Casualty Company (1976-1982)
Regional Claims Supervisor
Exercised overall technical authority and had accountability for Auto/General Liability claims (including Products, E&O, and Malpractice), Workers Compensation and Surety losses adjusted by 107 claims Personnel in 7 offices, covering 10 western states.

The Travelers Insurance Company (1971-1976)
Claims Adjustor
Multi-line Field Claims Representative responsible for the investigation and resolution of claims from all lines of casualty and property insurance in California and Washington.

Western Washington University, BA in English and Political Science 1971

National Structured Settlements Trade Association