If you are reading this, then you have probably suffered serious injury or lost a loved one at the hands of a medical professional. You may have contacted a medical malpractice attorney to determine your rights and compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, and loss of income. Although a lawsuit will not take away the pain and suffering, or even bring a loved one back, it can play a role in ensuring the same devastating medical error does not happen to someone else.
Sadly, malpractice lawsuits can take years to settle. As the case drags on, the emotional and financial burdens increase for the plaintiffs. Simply paying day-to-day living expenses can be a struggle, let alone adding expenses such as those associated with physical therapy, long-term care, or funeral and burial expenses. Finances can be more devastating if the victim was the sole provider. The defendant will typically “delay, deny, confuse and refuse” until the plaintiff financially can’t hold out any longer. To avoid an early settlement and wait for fair compensation, plaintiffs should consider medical malpractice litigation funding.
Litigation funding is a lawsuit cash advance to help pay the bills without monthly payments or risking your credit reputation. Because funding approval is based entirely on case strength there is no need for a credit check or employment verification. Repayment is made once your case successfully settles; lose and you are not required to pay back the money.
After completing a funding application, we will contact your attorney for necessary case documentation. Then, your case will be evaluated by our underwriters and if approved, funds can be wired into your account within 24-48 hours. It is that simple!
Don’t struggle financially or settle early and cheap. If you are seeking litigation funding for your medical malpractice case, we stand ready, willing and able to assist you. We have provided medical malpractice funding for many types of cases including, but not limited to:
•Failure to diagnose a serious condition
•Failure to prevent or clear infection
•Misdiagnosis of a serious condition
•Administering defective or dangerous medication or providing the wrong dosage
•Negligent administration of anesthesia
•Neglect and/or abuse in hospitals or nursing homes
To apply for medical malpractice litigation funding, complete our online funding application or give us a call at 1-866-548-3863.