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Litigation Funding Corporation Supports Victims of Medical Negligence

We count on doctors to heal us. While most of them do, thousands of people file lawsuits every year due to injuries and deaths caused by medical malpractice. Malpractice cases are often long and drawn out, leaving plaintiffs with serious financial hardship as the bills keep piling up. Most plaintiffs simply do not have the financial resources to wait for years before being compensated. That is where Litigation Funding Corporation can help.

Litigation funding is a service that provides plaintiffs with financial assistance to help get through the long litigation process. Without this option, desperate plaintiffs are often forced to settlements too soon, for too little. Once the plaintiff is relived of financial pressures, his/her attorney can fight to obtain the maximum amount of compensation.

To obtain a lawsuit cash advance in the quickest and easiest manner, complete our online application. One of our representatives will contact you immediately and start the process. Once case documentation is reviewed and the strength of the case determined, approvals can be available within 24 – 48 hours. There are no up-front charges, no monthly payments, no credit checks, and no hassle. No money is owed until the case successfully settles, at which time repayment is made from the proceeds of the case. The most attractive part about lawsuit funding is that if the case is lost, repayment is completely waived.

We have helped many victims of medication negligence wait for the settlement or award that they deserved. If you or someone you love was injured by a careless health care professional, you have hired an experienced attorney and filed a lawsuit, and you need financial assistance until the case settles, contact Litigation Funding Corp. We may have the solution you need to stay financially afloat in hard times.

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