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Clay Bigler, a Certified Structured Settlement Consultant, has nearly two decades of experience working with trial attorneys, their finances and their clients and serves as President of the McNay Settlement Group.
Bigler is frequently selected to be a conservator or guardian for juveniles and injured people.
Along with being a published author and a frequent speaker to legal groups, Bigler has served several times as an instructor for the Introduction to Structured Settlements Program offered by the National Structured Settlement Trade Association and is a former president of the Madison County chapter of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors.
Bigler has worked with over a hundred attorneys and their fees. Clay has worked with attorneys who administered mass torts and has been called on by some of the nation's top injury and malpractice attorneys. Bigler is an expert at dealing with unique and unusual tax issues and considered one of the top students of the attorney fee concept in the United States.
Bigler developed one of the best systems in the United States for implementing Qualified Settlements Funds and Supplemental Needs Trusts for injury victims. He helped to make a complex process simple and easy to understand. This ability to explain complex financial strategies in a simple way serves him well.
He has written several articles on structured settlements and spoken to numerous groups on the topic. Bigler has lectured to legal, workers compensation, claims and financial groups throughout the United States and as far as the West Indies.
Bigler has spent a considerable amount of time in the non-profit area. He spent two years in National Service as an Americorps volunteer in Lexington, Ky. and Canaan, Vermont.
A native of New Orleans, he has a long family tradition in the financial services industry. He is married to Gena Bigler, a successful financial consultant and "Smart Money" columnist, and they have two children.
Read more about Clay in this recent Huffington Post column: