NSSTA 2020 PRESENTER
Scott Freeman, Co-Chairman of Sage Settlement Consulting (formerly The Settlement Alliance), is recognized as one of the nation’s most accomplished settlement consultants. His years of experience and dedicated, results-based approach are invaluable to attorneys and the clients they represent. Scott works with hundreds of law firms across the country on both mass tort and catastrophic single-event injury cases for claimants involved in personal injury, workers’ compensation, and wrongful death settlements.
With a robust financial background and nearly twenty years of experience in the settlement industry, Scott is adept at creating customized financial solutions with a focus on safety and financial security. As an ardent advocate for injured claimants, he has assisted in the placement of hundreds of millions of dollars into trust accounts for minors and incapacitated adults and is one of the largest structured settlement producers in the industry. Scott’s skill at handling complex settlements led his previous firm, The Settlement Alliance, to being the court-appointed Trustee and Qualified Settlement Fund Administrator for hundreds of thousands of claimants involved in pharmaceutical and medical device litigation around the country. He has also served as the lead settlement consultant to the court- appointed guardians ad litem on thousands of mass tort cases involving minor children and incapacitated adults.
Scott holds insurance and securities licenses in all 50 states and is proud to be affiliated with one of the most elite financial services industry memberships in the country as a consecutive multi-year Top of the Table qualifier with the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) organization. Scott’s leadership has resulted in multi-year recognition as a top structured settlement provider by Texas Lawyer. Scott and Sage Settlement Consulting are proud to be the largest sponsor of Texas Trial Lawyers Association and Houston Trial Lawyers Association.
Scott currently resides in Houston, Texas with his wife and their four children. He is a member of St. Luke’s Methodist Church and volunteers his time and resources in support of a number of philanthropic and service organizations.