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Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Against Ohio State University Would Have Qualified for Litigation Funding

Ohio State University will make a pair of $1.7 million payments to settle wrongful-death and medical malpractice lawsuits. The first settlement was the result of a medical negligence and wrongful death claim by a family of a man who died in 2009. According to the lawsuit, Michael McNew sought medical attention at in 2009, complaining of an acutely painful hemorrhoid in addition to nausea, diarrhea, sore throat, and fatigue. He was diagnosed and treated for a blood clot in the hemorrhoid. Over several days, McNew complained about bleeding and severe pain, but only was advised to keep taking pain medication, the lawsuit alleged. A few days later, he died from an undiagnosed cerebral hemorrhage caused by thrombocytopenia, a bleeding disorder. Ohio State will make a $1.4 million payment to McNew’s family and pay $300,000 over four years to fund annuities for his three children.

In the second settlement, OSU agreed to pay $1.75 million in a medical malpractice case in which a man alleges he received substandard care that led to permanent injuries. In a lawsuit, Briyn Huff alleged that air was allowed into tubing connected to a catheter during spinal surgery in 2013 at Wexner Medical Center, permitting air to enter his circulatory system and cause an embolism. As a result, Huff says he suffered heart attacks, brain and spine strokes, vision problems and numbness.

These are good examples of cases that would be eligible for litigation funding. While waiting for their case to settle, the plaintiffs could have dealt with their financial issues through a lawsuit cash advance against the future settlement. Lawsuit funding is often the answer to difficult situations where a family or individual is between a rock and a hard place without sufficient funds to handle unexpected medical bills and ordinary living expenses, while trying to pick of the pieces of their shattered lives.

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If you are the victim of medical malpractice, have filed a lawsuit, and need assistance paying your bills, contact Lawsuit Financial. We may have the mechanism you need to pay your bills, keep your credit standing, and fight for your rights.

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