Structured settlement funding may be the funding over a structured settlement, a settlement in that the reward is paid to the plaintiff over a course of time. The time period can vary according to the merit of the settlement, often from couple of years to the remaining life time. Unlike pre settlement funding, structured settlement funding does not depend upon the assumed strength of the settlement, as the settlement value has already been determined. Furthermore, an annuity or government bond generally guarantees structured settlements.
An ice dam is a common problem of maintaining a building properly during winters in cold climate areas. Ice formed at the transition from a hot to a cool roof surface. Typically formed at the over hang (eave). Snow melts down from the warm section of the roof, over attic space, to the eave where in actuality the temperature is the same as the ambiant temperature, where it freezes. For ice dams that occurs there should be snow or ice on the roof, and, at once, higher portions of the roof’s external surface should be above 32° F while lower surfaces are below 32°F.