Untreated Pseudoaneurysm In Plaintiff’s Arm Causes Nerve Damage

Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) July 2, 2014 — This case involves a nail technician unable to perform her job as a result of alleged medical negligence.

“The nail technician in this lawsuit claims she is no longer able to perform her job as a direct result of a physician’s delayed response to a pseudoaneurysm in her arm. According to the complaint, the doctor delayed nine and a half hours before the surgically decompressing the woman’s upper right arm,” Daren Monroe, a Litigation Funding Corporation representative explains.

Documents submitted on filing the $1 million lawsuit indicate that before the decompression, the doctor conducted an angiogram while the plaintiff was at the hospital. After the procedure, nursing staff noted the plaintiff’s right arm was firm and swollen. The two lawsuit complaints suggest that the doctor negligently delayed decompression and failed to recognize an urgent surgical emergency with the ultimate result being permanent nerve damage in the woman’s right arm. The lawsuit further claims she incurred significant medical costs, lost income, mental and emotional anguish and a diminished capacity to enjoy life.

“The medical bills for both procedures would be extremely high,” says Monroe, “and the woman would be faced with tough choices in order to pay what she could toward them. Having to find extra money when she could not work would be stressful. To alleviate her fear and financial bind, the best solution would be to apply for a lawsuit loan from a litigation funding company.”

Litigation funding, or pre-settlement funding, is a fee free cash advance to qualified plaintiffs to help them get back on their feet financially, cope with all the bills and begin the healing process. With lawsuit loan money in the bank, the plaintiff does not need to worry about where the next meal will come from or how she is going to pay her rent or mortgage. Pre-settlement funding covers that and other important expenses, alleviating the plaintiff’s fear of having to declare bankruptcy. This type of loan also allows victims to turn down lowball insurance company settlement offers, as they have cash in the bank and are not pressured for funds.

Learn more at http://www.litigationfundingcorp.com

Litigation Funding Corporation
29777 Telegraph Road, Suite 1310
Southfield, MI 48034
Call: 1.866.LIT.FUND

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