The Settlement Alliance

Meet Our Team

The Settlement Alliance has brought together a group of industry-leading settlement planning professionals. We are dedicated to protecting the financial futures of injured claimants and their families by offering comprehensive settlement services. Our consultants are licensed nationwide and are proud to do business with hundreds of law firms across the country.
Learn more about our team members below.

Todd Harris

Settlement Planner

Todd Harris has over a decade of experience in helping individuals and families plan for and achieve their financial goals. His extensive experience in financial advising, combined with his in-depth understanding of the settlement process, make him a trusted resource for injured claimants.

Todd’s approach to settlement planning focuses on the long-term. He regularly meets face-to-face with claimants, their families, and their attorneys to assess needs and objectives. He then takes that information, and through careful analysis, develops a personalized strategy for each claimant. Todd strives to ensure that his clients have the information and the tools they need to make the best financial decisions possible, whether involving structured settlements, lien resolution or attorney fee deferrals.

Todd earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University in 1988 and a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School in 1997. He currently holds FINRA Series 7 and 66 licenses.

Todd is an active member of the Harvard Business School Alumni Club of Houston as well as the Braeburn Country Club. He has been a volunteer for the Cub Scouts and various youth sports organizations. In his spare time, he enjoys playing golf and bird hunting.

We are proud to partner with the highest rated structured settlement providers in the industry:

  • American general Life Companies
  • Berkshire Hathaway Structured Settlements
  • Liberty Life Assurance Company of Boston
  • MetLife
  • Mutual of Omaha
  • New York Life
  • Pacific Life
  • Prudential