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A patient has filed a lawsuit against a doctor and orthopaedics center alleging negligence in medical care. According to the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that in 2014, she sustained physical injuries in connection with a prosthetic knee and related infection. The plaintiff contends that the defendants failed to inform her of risks, failed to properly treat an infection, failed to remove the prosthetic knee in a timely fashion and failed to inform of complications of an infection treatment. She seeks an undisclosed amount in damages.

The physical, emotional, and financial impact following a serious infection can be devastating. In addition to significant financial losses due to medical expenses and lost income, many victims are left permanently disabled by chronic pain or limited mobility. If injuries resulting from a misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose could have been prevented, the victim may be entitled to compensation. It is important to contact a medical malpractice attorney to determine one’s rights.

The time it takes to complete a medical malpractice claim depends on the complexity and strength of the case. The last thing this woman or any medical malpractice victim needs is to worry about is how to keep up with financial obligations. When plaintiffs are facing mounting bills and few options, litigation funding could be the perfect solution.

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Nursing home residents are typically older and in poorer health than seniors citizens who live on their own or with loved ones. They are also typically more prone to falling. However, a well-run and fully staffed and trained nursing home should be able to prevent the majority of these incidents. Unfortunately, nursing home neglect is still an all too common problem. When issues of neglect such as falls occur, residents can suffer physically and mentally as a result. If a loved one has been injured because of nursing home negligence and/or abuse, victims and their families need an experienced nursing home abuse attorney by their side.

A family member is suing a nursing facility, citing alleged insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries and negligence to his relative.

The complaint, filed on November 16, alleges that the nursing home failed to implement a care plan to properly address the resident’s fall risk. Improper care led to the patient’s fall, resulting in a right hip fracture and ultimately deterioration of his health.

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Financially-strapped plaintiffs under financial duress do not have time to consider their best options in the legal process. They need money, and they need it NOW! With lawsuit funding, plaintiffs do not have to feel forced into accepting an early settlement offer for significantly less than full case value. A lawsuit cash advance is a safe means of receiving enough money to cover critical expenses, but not enough to negatively impact recovery at settlement.

A woman filed a personal injury lawsuit alleging that on February 2, while entering a grocery store, she fell due to a hazardous condition, causing her to sustain severe and disabling injuries. She claims she incurred pain and suffering, mental anguish and medical expenses. According to the claim, the defendant failed to inspect the premises, failed to maintain the premises in a safe condition and failed to warn of a dangerous condition. The plaintiff requests a trial by jury and seeks an undisclosed amount in damages.

This woman most likely would qualify for lawsuit funding. The application process is quick and easy online or over the phone. There are:

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On the night of August 10, natural gas built up in a basement utility room at an apartment complex in Silver Springs, Maryland, leading to an explosion and fire that killed seven people. Several others were injured as they jumped from balconies or descended down burning, crumbling staircases.

Investigators are still working to unravel what caused the disaster, but say the explosion was caused by a gas leak in the meter room of the building that built up until the explosion was sparked. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said a complete investigation is ongoing and expected to continue into next year.

In the meantime, more lawsuits have been filed alleging that blame rests with the company that managed the complex and the utility that supplied it with natural gas. According to the lawsuits, both defendants had been warned “on several occasions” about the smell of gas in apartments in the summer months before the tragedy. “Defendants deliberately disregarded the danger to the property’s residents, and undertook no steps to repair the condition,” say the new lawsuits. The suits contend that the gas company failed to ensure the security of residents by not: repairing the gas leak, properly investigating and identifying the gas leak, warning residents, and/or calling for an evacuation. The suit also claims that the utility failed to perform routine inspections that would have uncovered the potential dangers and saved the lives and property of residents.

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A 69-year-old dialysis patient was killed when the medical van in which he was a passenger was hit head-on by another vehicle in western Pennsylvania. According to reports, the man was properly restrained in a wheelchair when the SUV hit the Med-Van, but it was not enough to prevent his death. An investigation is underway, but state police said weather was a factor. The road was snow-covered and icy at the time of the crash. The drivers of both vehicles were hospitalized.

An auto accident that results from driving in inclement weather leaves many wondering about liability issues. For innocent victims, it is important to speak to an experienced auto accident lawyer who can review all factors and build a strong case on your behalf. But, the litigation process can often times leads to financial problems that only a quick settlement can resolve. Lawsuit funding can bridge the gap between filing a lawsuit and receiving fair compensation for injuries sustained.

Securing a lawsuit cash advance can provide the financial staying power to achieve full compensation for damages. There is a simple application, so plaintiffs can get the money they need quickly and focus on their lawsuit instead of their finances. There is no need for credit checks or employment verification because funding is based on the strength of the case. Because it is a non-recourse cash advance, there is no risk to you, the plaintiff.

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An American Medflight plane crashed killing three crew members and a patient shortly after takeoff. The medical crew was transporting a heart patient to the University of Utah Medical Center in Salt Lake City when the plane made a sharp turn and fell to a parking lot filled with cars, causing multiple explosions. Fortunately, no one on the ground was injured.

According to a news report, the twin-engine plane was climbing after take-off when it lost altitude. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the crash, but said it appears that the plane experienced mechanical troubles.

It will likely take several months, possibly years for the FAA and NTSB to determine the cause of the crash, delaying any lawsuits from reaching a settlement. In the meantime, lawsuit funding can help the deceased victims’ families get through the litigation process without having pressing bills and expenses effect the value of their case.

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Auto accidents caused by distracted drivers are among the most likely to result in serious or fatal injuries. Cellphone usage alone is responsible for thousands of car crashes and injuries in the United States every year.

Despite study after study showing the devastating consequences of distracted driving; despite many states implementing laws against cell phone use and texting while driving — many motorists are still doing it. Most people don‘t even give it a second thought; they are convinced that they will be unaffected by this behavior. Auto manufacturers will acknowledge the risks, but continue to develop more gadgets that lead to more distractions. When will it stop?

Contrary to the negative public perception of personal injury attorneys, many of those attorneys have placed themselves squarely on the front lines in the fight against distracted driving. They advocate for safer roads and they stand up for the rights of seriously injured victims, or family member who have lost loved ones because someone was driving while distracted.

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When an injury occurs as a result of medical negligence, the costs can be exorbitant including medical bills, long-term care, even funeral and burial expenses and emotional damages. It may also result in the loss of earnings. For many victims, filing a medical malpractice lawsuit can produce financial compensation for damages incurred. Although no money can replace a permanently impaired quality of life, it can provide some help for patients whose health problems were heightened due to the mistake. It also can offer some sense of justice and closure to bereaved loved ones.

While a fair settlement is preferred over the uncertainty of a jury verdict, insurance companies often make low settlement offers in hopes that the plaintiffs will be struggling financially and accept less than deserved. Plaintiffs don’t have to succumb to this tactic. While a medical malpractice attorney helps those victims fight for their rights to a fair settlement or just verdict, Lawsuit Financial can help them remain financial stable until fair compensation is received.

Lawsuit funding is a cash advance, often obtained in less than 48 hours, to pay immediate bills and expenses. Unlike a bank loan, a funding decision is based on case strength, not credit or employment status. There are no monthly payments; Lawsuit Financial is repaid only when the case successfully settles. If the plaintiff doesn’t recover compensation in the case, we will completely excuse the obligation to repay the advance.

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A serious auto accident injury can not only result in expensive medical bills, it can have tremendous short- and long-term financial and physical impacts. A serious injury may mean you are unable to return to work for an extended period, or even make it impossible to resume your position. Injuries may mean extended care, such as physical therapy or life-long round-the-clock care. All these burdens can be financially devastating not only for the victim, but his/her family.

Although many people believe they can rely upon the insurance company to provide adequate compensation, unfortunately, this is not always the case. An experienced attorney may be essential to understand your rights and seek appropriate justice.

After more than two years of litigation, a settlement was finally reached in a rear-end crash that caused an innocent victim head injuries resulting in extensive medical bills, loss of earnings and earning capacity, physical pain and impairment, and mental anguish. The personal injury claim settled for an undisclosed amount.

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The aftermath of an accident can be difficult and confusing. The physical injuries, emotional distress, and lost wages can have a significant impact. Some victims may be seriously injured and left unable to work. In the case of a wrongful death, if the person killed was the family’s primary breadwinner, families may find themselves faced with months, even years of financial difficulty. The last thing victims and their families are most likely thinking about is gathering evidence and ensuring that a thorough investigation is conducted. But, these are key steps in seeking any legal claim; an auto accident attorney can help.

While you focus on healing from your injuries and restoring your quality of life, an experienced attorney can fight for justice and fair compensation that you deserve. Unfortunately, this often takes months, if not years because insurance companies are notorious for denying, delaying, and defending claims. In the meantime, you may find yourself going further into debt, unable to pay household bills, medical costs and other expenses. With auto accident lawsuit funding, you can get the cash you need now, usually within 24 – 48 hours.

The only requirements to obtain a lawsuit cash advance is a strong case and attorney representation. Once we receive a funding application, your attorney will provide necessary case documentation to so we can make a funding decision. Credit checks and employment status are not necessary, and there are no upfront fees or collateral required. Repayment is simply made once the case successfully settles.