When someone suffers harm or emotional trauma due to the malpractice of a medical professional, the victim may be entitled to compensation for injury-related medical costs, lost wages, pain and suffering. A medical malpractice attorney can review the facts and help determine if the victim has a viable medical malpractice lawsuit.
After a lawsuit is filed, the attorney will need time to recover full compensation. This could take years especially because medical personnel are usually unwilling to accept blame for their gross negligence and they hire a high-powered legal team to delay the lawsuit as long as possible. Depending on the extent of the injuries, this leaves many plaintiffs without funds to cover even basic living expenses, especially those already living paycheck to paycheck.
At this crucial time, litigation funding can be a powerful tool. A lawsuit cash advance ensures that your bills and expenses are covered until your case reaches a settlement. Lawsuit Financial provides their clients with non-recourse funding which means you only repay the cash advance once your case settles. If your attorney is not successful in winning your case, you are not obligated to repay us. We also do not charge any out of pocket fees, and there is no need for a credit check or employment verification. All that matters when considering an application for funding is the strength of the case.
No one wants, or expects, to be the victim of malpractice, but when it happens, the financial implication can be overwhelming during the litigation process. For financial peace of mind, consider litigation funding through Lawsuit Financial. To obtain more information on how this financial vehicle can benefit you, complete our online application or call our toll-free number at 1-877-377-7848.