Thousands of medical procedures are performed in the U.S. every day. While the vast majority of people receive excellent healthcare, occasionally mistakes happen; serious injuries, even death, may occur.
Proving negligence can be difficult therefore, it is important to consult an experienced medical malpractice attorney. If it is determined that a patient or a loved one was harmed due to the negligence of a healthcare professional, a medical malpractice lawsuit may be brought against the wrongdoer. The lawsuit may not only apply to the healthcare provider who performed the medical mistake, but to the hospital, doctors, anesthesiologists, nurses, and other medical staff, as well.
Although that may sound like an easy process, more often than not, doctors and hospitals refuse to accept blame for wrongdoing and negligence. They hire a legal team to deny, delay, and defend the claim for as long as possible. They also know that most plaintiffs do not have the financial staying power to wait out a lengthy litigation process. When faced with the financial burdens of mounting medical bills, rehabilitation or ongoing care, funeral and burial expenses, and lost wages, a plaintiff may consider a less-than-favorable settlement offer. The only winner is the billion-dollar insurance company. The good news is that there is an alternative. Pre-settlement lawsuit funding helps plaintiffs level the playing filed in order to seek a fair settlement.
Pre-settlement funding is immediate cash with no risk attached. How? It is a non-recourse cash advance against a pending claim. That means that if the plaintiff loses the case, there is absolutely no obligation to repay the cash advance. Additionally, there are no hidden costs; no application fees or monthly payments. There are no credit checks or employment verifications. When the financial worries are gone, plaintiffs can focus on recovering while their attorney focuses on seeking appropriate justice.
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured or you have lost a loved one due to medical malpractice and wish to apply for lawsuit funding, complete the online application or call Litigation Funding Corporation. Our one-page application and quick approval process enables approved plaintiffs to obtain emergency cash in 24 — 48 hours.