Update on Michael Jackson, Elvis, and Professional Hangers On

  I wrote this column the day after Michael Jackson died.  In light of today's news, it seems really on target.

Also, here's a fascinating blog piece from Louisville Attorney Hans Poppe on why a wrong death or medical malpractice case against Jackson's doctor may be worthless.   Poppe has a take that I have not seen anywhere else.

Don McNay,
CLU, ChFC, MSFS, CSSC  is one of the
world's leading authorities  in helping
injured people and lottery winners  deal
with complex financial issues.

McNay is also an
award winning syndicated financial columnist.

  McNay  founded McNay Settlement Group, a structured
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Degrees from Vanderbilt and the American
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Eastern Kentucky University Hall of Distinguished Alumni.  

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