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Lawsuit Financial is the company many plaintiffs turn to for a cash advance while waiting for their settlement or day in court.

In the event you are the victim of a personal injury and going head-to-head into battle with a big corporation or insurance company, you should be prepared for a lengthy litigation process that includes the defendant denying delaying, and defending the claim. First, and foremost, you need to hire an experienced attorney who can help obtain the best possible settlement. Once you have retained an attorney and the lawsuit is filed, if you are experiencing financial pressure or maybe injuries have left you unable to work and earn an income, you may be a perfect candidate for lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding is a means for plaintiffs to play the waiting game rather than settling for less than full case value. While often confused with a loan, this is definitely not the case. A lawsuit cash advance requires no credit checks or employment verification, and with the appropriate case documentation, funding can be used as quickly as 24 hours. The major difference between lawsuit funding and a loan is that a lawsuit cash advance is risk-free.

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In a recent crash, the victim did nothing wrong; he was simply in the wrong place and the wrong time when a woman was driving in the wrong direction on a Minnesota highway. Now his family is suffering the devastating consequences of the woman’s negligent actions.

According to the state highway patrol, the woman was driving north in the southbound lanes when she collided head-on into a Ford Fusion. The Fusion caught fire on impact and landed in the median; the driver was pronounced dead at the scene. The negligent female driver was transported to an area hospital in critical condition. No information has been released whether drugs or alcohol were a factor.

The crash remains under investigation, but in the meantime the family of the deceased should consult an experienced auto accident attorney.

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For plaintiffs involved in a lawsuit, one of the biggest obstacles before, during and after a lawsuit is having enough money to pay the bills and expenses, especially for those unable to return to work. Medical bills, mortgage payments, auto payments, and other expenses can quickly add up, turning add up quickly, sending injured victims into a financial tail spin. However, there is a viable solution that many don’t know about.

Some call it a lawsuit loan. Others call it lawsuit funding, litigation funding, pre-settlement funding, or a lawsuit cash advance. Despite the term used, it is a means to giving plaintiffs access to cash while waiting for a lawsuit to settle.

If you are seriously injured in an auto accident, obtaining medical care is just one aspect of healing. Finding help dealing with the insurance claim is another. Serious injury accident claims are difficult to handle without the assistance of an experienced attorney who understands the process and can obtain the highest possible settlement.

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An auto accident can happen for a host of reasons, including speeding, reckless driving, texting, poor road conditions, inclement weather, and more. The results can have a devastating impact of both you and your family. In addition to the pain and suffering, you may wait months even years before receiving monetary compensation. In the meantime, you may be unable to work and have no means to pay the bills. Lawsuit Financial can provide quick and easy financial relief, often within 24 – 48 hours, with a lawsuit cash advance.

A jury awarded $250,000 to a woman who was seriously injured when a van struck her vehicle in downtown Philadelphia.

In March 2015, the plaintiff was traveling in the right lane when her vehicle was sideswiped by the driver of a van, who had been in the left lane and was  attempting to turn right at the corner.

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When placing a loved one in a health care facility to ensure their daily living needs are met, you expect a safe environment. Unfortunately, many facilities are understaffed or inadequately trained, which can result in negligence. If someone you love has suffered because of negligent care, you may be entitled to compensation.

A wrongful death lawsuit was filed last month against a West Virginia health care facility alleging reckless misconduct and wrongful death.

According to the complaint, a woman was admitted to the facility for rehabilitation and assistance with daily living. During her residency, she suffered multiple witnessed falls, complicated urinary tract infections with sepsis, and fecal impaction, which ultimately led to her death six months after arrival. The plaintiff alleges that the defendant:

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If your auto accident involves the potential liability of a government entity and/or a government employee, filing a lawsuit and seeking compensation will not be an easy task. Thanks to a legal concept known as sovereign immunity, government agencies and their employees are protected from many kinds of liability. This doesn’t mean seeking justice is impossible, but due to numerous technical procedures, it is best to consult with an experienced auto accident attorney. Once a lawsuit is filed, the challenge facing many plaintiffs is that the lawsuits could take months, even years to be resolved. For plaintiffs with immediate and long-term financial problems, lawsuit funding can help.

Three people have filed lawsuits against the West Virginia Department of Highways following an auto accident with one of its drivers.

According to the complaint, in January 2015, a couple and their passenger were seriously injured after a highway department employee negligently struck their vehicle. The suit alleges that the Highways Department carelessly entrusted its vehicle to a negligent driver. The plaintiffs seek a trial by jury and compensatory damages that will fully and adequately compensate the plaintiffs’ damages.

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Stevens – Johnson syndrome (SJS) is a rare, serious disorder of the skin and mucous membranes. It’s usually a reaction to a medication or an infection. Often, Stevens-Johnson syndrome begins with flu-like symptoms, followed by a painful red or purplish rash that spreads and blisters. Recognizing early symptoms of SJS and providing prompt medical attention are the most valuable tools to minimize long-term damage. When ignored, serious injuries or death can result; a medical malpractice lawsuit may be warranted.

A plaintiff alleges a number of health care professionals were negligent in failing to properly treat a woman for complications related to Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, which ultimately resulted in her death.

The deceased woman was admitted to the hospital on December 10, 2014, for IV antibiotic treatment of spinal osteomyelitis. She was subsequently given various medications for a number of weeks. On January 8, 2015, the patient was diagnosed with SJS. Despite orders that all antibiotics be stopped, the patient continued receiving the medication, according to the lawsuit. By the end of January, she was transferred to an extended care facility, but according to the complaint, her records did not contain information on the SJS diagnosis. Upon admission, staff members at the facility noted that the woman had itching, multiple skin rashes and open blisters, but again, she was not properly. At the family’s request, the woman was transferred to the hospital, but died on February 18, 2015, in what the lawsuit says was a painful and horrible death. The plaintiff is seeking damages in excess of $50,000.

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A couple has filed a medical malpractice lawsuit alleging a hospital failed to timely and properly diagnose a stroke. Two doctors were also named as defendants in the suit.

In December 2014, the couple went to the ER because the woman was complaining of syncope (a temporary loss of consciousness, commonly referred to as fainting, or passing out), right-sided weakness in her arm and leg, dizziness, and slurred speech according to a complaint. She said there is a family history of stroke.

The ER physician diagnosed the woman with transient ischemic attack (a mini-stroke); she received no treatment. In the early morning hours, she suffered another stroke that left her with paralysis of her right side, slurred speech, and permanent neurological injuries, according to the lawsuit. The complaint alleges that the defendants acted negligently and carelessly by failing to timely, properly, and adequately evaluate, treat, and/or refer her for symptoms of stroke.

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On February 14, 2016, a teen snowboarder jumped 30 feet off a ski lift at Sugar Mountain Resort in North Carolina, to avoid freezing to death. He suffered frost bite and broken bones.

His family recently filed a lawsuit against the ski resort. According to court documents, the lift operator initiated daily closing protocol, including removing the safety gate from the lift, which would automatically stop the lift if a passenger or skier did not disembark at the top. Because of that, the young man went around the bullwheel and began going back down the mountain. When the lift was shut down for the evening, the chair came to a halt over a heavily wooded area, nearly 30 feet in the air, leaving the teen stranded.

Snow-making equipment and high winds drowned out his cries for help. After stranded for about two hours, and worried about surviving the night, the teen jumped, falling to the frozen ground below. He was knock unconscious when he fell, but eventually came to and crawled in pain until he reached help, according to the lawsuit.

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Slip-and-fall accidents stemming from the carelessness of property owners are grounds for litigation.

A woman has filed a premise liability lawsuit against a homeowner after she allegedly slipped on a rug.

According to the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that she was invited to the defendant’s home, and while there a rug runner moved under her feet, causing her to slip and fall. The suit alleges that the homeowner had a duty to make sure the premise was safe for guests, including providing adequate lighting in the area, and the defendant allegedly breached that duty. As a result, the woman claims she sustained injuries resulting in great pain and mental anguish, loss of normal life, and medical expenses, according to the complaint. The plaintiff seeks damages in excess of $50,000.