New Attorney Joins the Amicus Team

Amicus Settlement Planners, LLC is pleased to announce the addition of Daniel Maxwell, to the firm.

Daniel recently graduated summa cum laude from Creighton University School of Law and passed the Utah State Bar exam. He will be working with Amicus’ settlement planning team.  He will also be an associate attorney with our affiliated law firm, Tombs Maxwell LLP, where he’ll be assisting with special needs planning and Medicare compliance for plaintiffs and their attorneys.

Daniel’s addition to the firm allows us to continue to serve plaintiff attorneys and their clients in the following ways:

  • Structured Settlement Annuities
  • Managed Investments
  • Special Needs Trusts & Government Benefits Planning (SSI, Medicaid)
  • Minor’s Trusts
  • Medicare Compliance (Medicare conditional liens, MSA analysis, etc.)

Our goal at Amicus is to be the plaintiff bar’s premier resource for all of the financial and legal issues that arise at the time of settlement.

To read more about Daniel and the other members of the Amicus team, click here.

Daniel will attend the upcoming UAJ annual meeting at the end of the month – please stop by and introduce yourself!

Please let us know how we can help with the settlement process for you and your clients.

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