Don’t Let Money Problems Short-Change Your Medical Malpractice Claim When Lawsuit Funding Is An Option

You trust your doctor to make you better. When instead you are injured, the consequences can be devastating.

A medical malpractice lawsuit has been filed by a Connecticut woman after the wrong rib was removed during surgery. According to the suit, Deborah Craven was scheduled to have her eighth rib removed due to a lesion that was causing intense pain. The lawsuit alleges that the rib was marked by radiologists with metallic coils and a marking dye meant to avoid confusion. However, after surgery, Craven was still in pain so an x-ray was performed. It appears that despite the precautions, a surgeon-in-training who was allowed to conduct the surgery, removed the wrong rib and left the metal coils inside of her. To add insult to injury, the suit alleges the surgery then tried to cover up his mistake. The lawsuit explains that Dr. Anthony Kim, who did not partake in the surgery, informed Craven of the mistake and scheduled her in for follow-up surgery. However, the doctor who operated, Dr. Ricardo Quarrie, told Craven that the second surgery was necessary because not enough of the rib had been removed during the first surgery. The lawsuit names Yale-New Haven Hospital, as well as Yale Medical Group in Connecticut, Yale University and two physicians as defendants.

Bringing a medical malpractice suit holds hospitals, doctors, nurses, and other medical staff accountable, but these cases can take months or even years to settle. Bills tend to pile up as victims try to recover from the damage caused. For those needing money now to avoid falling into debt, Litigation Funding Corporation can help. We provide medical malpractice lawsuit funding based upon the anticipated settlement or verdict.

Lawsuit funding was created to help plaintiffs during a financially difficult time of need so they can keep up with the bills and remain in a position of strength to negotiate a fair settlement. Even for plaintiffs on the verge of being evicted or having the family car repossessed, we can help. After a plaintiff completes our one-page funding application, we do the rest. We will contact the attorney, obtain the information needed to make a legal funding decision, and make a funding decision within 24 – 48 hours. If approved, we can wire the funds directly into a client’s account as quickly as 24-hours. How can we do this so quickly? We provide funding solely on case merit, with no need for a credit check, employment verification, or collateral. With Litigation Funding, plaintiffs do not take on more debt because our lawsuit cash advances are provide on a no-risk basis, meaning we are only repaid if our client recovers damages for the lawsuit.

If you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries due to the negligence on the part of a doctor or hospital, you may be entitled to recover compensation. Additionally, you may be able to a candidate for lawsuit funding. To learn how much money we can advance you from your expected medical malpractice lawsuit settlement, contact our office. Our experienced funding specialists are ready to help.