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Parents of 14-month-old girl settles wrongful death and medical malpractice lawsuit against health clinic for $750,000

October 23, 2020

Many children develop common childhood illnesses throughout their childhoods. Often the illnesses have minor effects on children health, and they recover quickly. Such illnesses include, bronchitis, sore throat, ear pain, common cold, and cough. Another disease common in children is croup, which is a respiratory illness. It causes a change in a child’s breathing due to swelling in the upper airways. A child with croup may have a cough that resembles barking and an associated raspy and hoarse voice. While some children may have mild symptoms, others may have croup for than three to five days or the mild symptoms worsen. In rare cases, croup may lead to respiratory failure and death.

In January 2016, a 14-month-old girl named Annabelle died after receiving treatment for croup at Cherry Street Services Inc., which was a federally qualified health center. Shelby Dorey, the Annabelle’s mother, allegedly took her daughter to the center with an over 103-degree fever, bad cough, loud breathing, and fatigue. She has signs of respiratory distress. At the health center, Annabelle was in the care of Physician Assistant Marguerite Sowers. The physician assistant (PA) reportedly diagnosed the child with croup and determined that she was not in acute distress. The PA noted that she found a regular heart rate. She then gave the mother a steroid medication prescription and told the mother to call if her daughter’s symptoms worsened.

Dorey states that several hours later while at home, her daughter stopped breathing and went limp. Annabelle’s parents performed CPR and called 911. When EMS arrived, they revived her and rushed her to the hospital. The 14-month-old was placed on a machine to breathe for her, however, she suffered severe brain damage and died five days later.

Annabelle’s parents filed a wrongful death and medical malpractice lawsuit, which claimed that the physician assistant failed to provided needed care. The lawsuit also claimed that in not immediately sending the child to the emergency department but rather telling the mother to take her home, the physician assistant denied care. The defense’s position was that it was more likely than not that further testing or sending Anabelle to the emergency room would not have changed the outcome. Although the defense denied the little girl received inappropriate care, they settled the lawsuit for $750,000.

In wrongful death cases, the family may have to spend a lot of money to pay for the funeral and burial costs. Although they may have a case against the party that caused the death of their loved one, they may not have the funds to obtain an attorney. However, it is best to retain a lawyer to handle the lawsuit. Lawsuits are time-consuming and overwhelming legal process. Lawsuits are also very costly and require paying for court costs, filing fees, and document production fees. Litigation funding can help to defray such costs and fees.

Litigation funding, also known as legal financing and third-party litigation funding, is financing from a third party to pay legal costs and fees. Legal financing has several benefits, such as:

  • Provides a financial ease and help for personal expenses
  • Provides the ability to obtain legal representation based on talent and not just cost
  • Allows attorneys to represent clients who otherwise could not avoid their costs and fees
  • Provides funding for all litigation fees

Another benefit of litigation funding is that the party who receives the financing does not have to reimburse the lender out of his own pocket. Daren Monroe of Litigation Funding Corporation, Michigan advises, “Litigation financing offers the attorney and the client the opportunity to remove the ability to pay as a factor for providing and obtaining legal representation.” He continues, “The attorney and the client are able to focus solely on the litigation knowing that litigation financing is covering the costs and fees.”

City Fire Department to Pay $1 Million Settlement in Wrongful Death Lawsuit to Family of Pregnant Woman for Failure of Paramedics to Assess and Transport

October 9, 2020

Paramedics are emergency responders who are educated in advanced emergency medical care. They are responsible for on-the-scene treatment and can administer medicine, interpret electrocardiograms (EKGs), perform a tracheotomy to create new airways, and apply pacemakers to control irregular heartbeats.

Under Michigan law, paramedics must respond to a request to emergency medical assistance. They must also apply life support techniques and treatment. The paramedics are liable for the treatment or lack thereof if their acts or omissions result in gross negligence or willful misconduct. Failure to properly assess and treatment the patient as well as failure to transport patient to the hospital for professional medical assessment are grossly negligent.

On March 14, 2016, Vicki Kitelinger went to Dignity Health hospital because she was had a cough and shortness of breath for a week. At the time, she was 17 weeks pregnant. The doctors found that her heartbeat was much higher than it should be especially during pregnancy. The doctors diagnosed Kitelinger with bronchitis and sent her home from the hospital with an inhaler.

Kitelinger had a family history of blood clots. However, during her medical assessment at Dignity Health the medical staff did not ask her whether she had a family history of blood clots. She also had her own medical history of varicose veins. Soon after returning home from the hospital, Vicki fainted twice. She then told her daughter she could not breathe, and her daughter called 911.

The paramedics arrived to the home shortly after the 911 call in a fire truck. An ambulance for transport never came to the house, and it is unknown if one was ever dispatched. After evaluating Kitelinger, the paramedics said that she was just have a panic attack and did not need further medical treatment. They told Vicki to call her family doctor the next day about her elevated blood pressure. Then, the paramedics left the house.

She went to her family physician the next day, as instructed by the paramedics. Determining that she was severely ill, her doctor had her transported to a nearby hospital. Once evaluated at the hospital, she was moved to the intensive care unit (ICU). In the ICU, her heart failed and her pulse was lost for ten minutes. She and her pregnancy could not be saved. She was removed from life support and died.

Her husband filed a lawsuit against Dignity Health hospital and the paramedics of the Phoenix Fire Department. The lawsuit alleges that Dignity Health failed to properly assessed her symptoms or diagnose her condition. The lawsuit also claims that the paramedics failure to assess and transport Kitelinger gave no chance of survival. While the lawsuit against the hospital is still ongoing, the city agreed to pay a $1 million settlement to Kitelinger’s husband and family regarding the claims against the fire department.

Litigation Funding for Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

September 25, 2020

Iatrophobia is a fear of doctors or going to the doctor. Millions of people go to doctor every year with anxiety and worry. Some worry about receiving a bad diagnosis. Others are afraid that the doctor will make a mistake while performing a medical treatment or surgery on them. Unfortunately, circumstances do occur in which the medical professional negligently harms a patient. Such negligence is called medical malpractice.

You may have injuries as a result of a medical worker’s negligence to you. To get compensation for your financial and non-financial losses, you may decide to file a medical malpractice lawsuit. However, lawsuits can be expensive because of court costs and litigation fees. Litigation funding can help cover your legal costs throughout the case. If you need legal financing for your medical malpractice lawsuit, contact Litigation Funding Corporation today at (248) 702-6022 to find out how they can help you.

What is Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice is negligence by a medical professional who fails to perform his duties at or above the standard of care required for his occupation, training, and experience. Under Michigan law, the injured party of a medical malpractice claim must state and prove the following:

  • The facts of the claim;
  • The stated of practice or care the medical professional must have;
  • How the medical professional his duty and standard of care;
  • What the medical professional should have done to comply with his professional standard of practice or care; and
  • The medical professional’s breach of duty was the legal cause of injury

What is Litigation Funding?

Litigation funding, also called legal funding, occurs when a third party financing or funding company pay for the cost of your litigation and other legal cost associated with your lawsuit. The third-party financing essentially assumes all the financial risk of a legal case.

The benefit of legal funding is that party in the lawsuit that receives financing, usually the plaintiff, does not have to pay back the financing company out if his own pockets. The funding is like having a lawsuit loan; however, the funding business only get their money back if the plaintiff settles the case or wins at trial. If you hire an attorney, funding goes to her to represent your lawsuit. Although the third-party financing pays for the attorney’s representation, you still control your case. The attorney must work your best interest and communicate your decision to other parties and the court throughout the litigation.

Paying Back Litigation Funding after a Medical Malpractice Settlement or Trial Win

In a medical action, the plaintiff may have damages that the seek compensation recovery. The damages may include:

  • Medical bills
  • Future medical treatment
  • Reconstructive surgery
  • Loss of financial support
  • Loss of consortium

A person that files a medical malpractice lawsuit in Michigan law, may recover two types of damages – economic loss and noneconomic losses. Economic losses are the financial losses the injury party incurs because of the negligent act. They include , medical bills, lost wages, and lost of employment. State law defines noneconomic losses as loss due to pain, suffering, loss of enjoyment or companionship. Such losses at a limitation on how much the injury party can receive. Under state law, the amount for noneconomic losses cannot be more the $280,000 no matter now people are suing the medical professional or facility

Hiring a Litigation Funding Company

If you were the victim medical malpractice and want to file a lawsuit, contact Litigation Funding Corporation today at (248) 702-6022 to find out about your legal funding options and how they can help you cover the cost of your case.

Lawsuit Settles for $46 Million In Favor of The Parents of Child Crushed by a Dresser

September 15, 2020

The moment children are born they began to explore the world around them. From opening their eyes and looking around to walking and talking they are learning about their physical abilities. Proprioception is how the body is able to sense its location, movements, and actions. Such sensory ability is why people, especially children, can move without consciously thinking about their environments. As children grow and test their physical capabilities, they may reach, pull, and climb on items that can tip-over on top of them.

Furniture tip-overs are often occur when large and heavy furniture becomes unbalanced. According to The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) report, Product Instability or Tip-Over Injuries and Fatalities Associated with Televisions, Furniture, and Appliances, the main sources of furniture tip-overs include

  • Chests,
  • Bureaus,
  • Drawers,
  • Bookshelves
  • Television stands,
  • Desks

Injuries and fatalities can occur from furniture tip-overs. Approximately ninety percent of deaths due to furniture falling over occur in the home with fifty percent occurring in a bedroom. Many of the injuries and fatalities occur because the furniture was not secured. Children reportedly have more furniture tip-over injuries and fatalities than adults. About every 43 minutes a child in the United States is a victim of a furniture tip-over.

May 24, 2017, two-year-old Jozef Dudek was put down in his for a nap by his father. When his father returned later to check on him, he was found crushed under a 70-pound IKEA dresser. He later died from injuries to his neck that caused him to suffocate. The parents purchased the dresser in 2008, which was voluntarily recalled by IKEA in 2016. The Dudeks said that they never received notice of the recall. The recall of 29 million chests and drawers came after three children died in the previous two years in dresser tip-over accidents. Other dangers of tipping over included having multiple drawers open at the same time and a child opening drawers and trying to climb on them

His parents filed a lawsuit against IKEA for knowing that their dressers had been associated with many injuries and death caused by tip-overs. The lawsuit also alleged that the IKEA failed to take the adequate measures to improve the safety and stability of the dressers. The lawsuit included additional legal claims such as,

  • failure to warn consumers the dressers should not be used without being anchored to a wall
  • intentionally or recklessly failing to redesign the dresser to address the risk of injury or death
  • failure to warn the public of the risk
  • failure to stop the sale of the specific line of dressers

The lawsuit reached a settlement. IKEA agreed to pay the $46 million to the family of Jozef Dudek. The amount is believed to be the largest for a child wrongful death action.

Under Michigan law, a wrongful death action arises when a death of a person or injuries resulting in death are caused by a wrongful act. Products that are defective because of manufacturing or design can lead to death or injuries resulting in death. A product liability lawsuit deals with death or injury to person or damage to property because of the production of a product. Product production includes manufacturing, construction, design, assembly, inspection, warning, instructions, selling, packaging, and labeling. The manufacture or seller of is liable for harm or death caused by a product defect if the plaintiff proves the product was not reasonable safe at the it left the manufacturer or seller and a safer alternative was available to prevent harm without changing the use or desire of the product.

The plaintiff in a products liability case, may seek economic and noneconomic damages the resulting injury or death. Economic damages are the damages that have dollar amount that can be calculated and verified, such as medical expenses, lost wages, loss of future earnings, burial costs, or loss of employment. The noneconomic damages does not have set amount and are emotional and mental damages from the injury or death. They include pain and suffering, mental anguish, disfigurement, emotional distress, or loss of companionship. Michigan law places a cap on the amount of noneconomic damages the plaintiff may recover in a product liability case. The plaintiff may not receive noneconomic damages in an amount greater than $280,000 unless the defect in the product caused death or permanent loss of a vital bodily function. If so, the total amount of noneconomic damages cannot exceed $500,000. However, if the court determines that at the time the of manufacture or distribution of the dresser, the defendant had actual knowledge the product was defective and substantially likely to causes injury, but intentionally disregarded the knowledge, the limitation of damages does not apply.

When the injured party or the deceased victim’s legal representative files a product liability wrongful death lawsuit, the lawsuit must go through the legal process. The case may settle before going to court or may undergo a lengthy trial. Therefore, the resolution of the lawsuit may take place several weeks to years from the date the lawsuit was filed. However, the medical or burial expenses are due regardless the outcome of the case. An option to cover costs during the lawsuit is litigation funding It is a third-party financing that pays the legal costs associated with the lawsuit and assumes the financial risk of a legal case. The plaintiff usually pays the financing company only if the lawsuit settles or wins a trial. “Although the financing company provides the funding, the client still controls the case,” says Daren Monroe of the Litigation Funding Corporation.

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Doctor Surrenders His Medical License Amidst Lawsuits And Regulatory Complaints of Medical Malpractice for Misdiagnosis of Epilepsy In Children

September 9, 2020

Epilepsy is a chronic neurological disease that affects more than 65 million people worldwide. The main symptom presents as recurring unprovoked seizures which can develop in people at any age. Epileptic seizures are common in young children and the elderly. The causes of epilepsy may be known in some individuals while unknown in others. When the cause is known, treatment for the disease may be more successful. The five areas of epilepsy causes are: genetic; structure; metabolic; immune-related; or infection.

Genetic epilepsy occurs when seizures are from a known or presumed inherited or acquired genetic defect or problem associated with epilepsy. Structural epilepsy is based on a distinct, physical cause in the brain that substantially increases the risk of seizures. Metabolic epilepsy causes may arise because there is disruption in how the body uses the food to make energy and affects the normal function of brain cells. When brain inflammation from protein alters the brain and causes seizures, the epilepsy has an immune causes. Medical proof of a brain infection that leads to seizures results in a diagnosis of infection epilepsy.

A doctor may diagnose a patient with epilepsy if he meets one or more of the following medical conditions:

  1. Has at least two unprovoked or reflex seizure more than 24 hours apart
  2. Has one unprovoked or reflex seizure and at least sixty percent probability of recurrence after two unprovoked seizures over the next 10 years
  3. Has diagnosis of an epilepsy syndrome

After diagnosis, many doctors begin treatment by prescribing anti-seizure medication. The dosage and length of treatment is determined on a case-by-case basis. However, side effects may occurs from taking the medication and range from mild (fatigue, dizziness, weight gain) to severe (depression, suicidal thoughts, inflammation of certain organs). Side effects in very young children taking anti-seizure medication can have significant emotional toll on them.

The Center for Disease Control (CD) reports that nearly 500,000 children in the United States have epilepsy. With such a serious diagnosis, parents believe in the education, training, and experience of their doctors and cooperate with their treatment plans. However, situations may occur when a doctor misdiagnoses a child with having a disease she does not have. Therefore, the treatment and medication prescribed are unnecessary and may have caused negative impacts on throughout the life of the child.

In 2008, several hundred lawsuits were filed against Dr. Yasser Awaad for misdiagnoses of epilepsy in hundreds of children. The former Detroit-based pediatric neurologist was accused of misreading tests results and radiology images and then labeling the patients epileptic. The lawsuits also allege that he misread the test for monetary gain for himself and his employer. The legal complaints state that Awaad forced the children to take medical tests multiple times that even though the children did need them.

At the time the lawsuits were filed, many complainants were adults. In 2019, the cases finally went to trial. The court rendered a verdict in one of the cases for $3 million. A majority of the amount was for suffering, distress, and humiliation. Awaad surrendered his medical license and paid a $5,000 penalty.

Sometimes it take many years for a legal case to go to trial or reach a settlement. While awaiting for a court date or settlement conference, the party bringing the lawsuit may still incur legal costs. He also have personal financial obligations that he pay. To cover the cost of the litigation and other costs during a court case or while awaiting the start of the legal process, the person may need financing to cover expenses.

Litigation funding or litigation financing is a third party financing that pays the costs associated with the lawsuits. The third-party funding company assumes a financial risk by financing a party’s legal case because it gets it money back if the party wins the case or reaches a settlement. The party seeking the financing has the benefit of not paying the money back of his own pocket. Daren Monroe of Litigation Funding Corporation, Michigan advises, “Although the litigation financing company pay the legal costs, the attorney works for the client.” He continues, “The client controls the case, and the attorney must communicate only to the client in order to protect and preserve the attorney-client privilege.”

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Lawsuit Alleges Negligence Caused Infant’s Brain Damage During Birth

September 3, 2019

Few things are more devastating than realizing that an incident during birth caused your child serious and permanent injury.

A woman has filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against a medical center and doctor over allegations of negligence.

The plaintiff was admitted to the medical facility for labor and delivery. She alleges that drugs were administered to induce labor, then subsequently increased when labor wasn’t progressing promptly. Although the baby was also being monitored, the lawsuit claims that he showed late decelerations that were not recognized by the defendants. As a result, the baby was born with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE), a type of brain damage when the brain doesn’t get enough oxygen and blood. The child will suffer from life-long medical complications and disabilities, the suit states.

Cases like this are hard-fought; moving forward may be financially draining. Medical expenses, coupled with day-to-day bills associated with the case of the child, could leave this family financially devasted.

While litigation funding cannot solve physical and emotional issues, a lawsuit cash advance can substantially lessen the financial burdens.

Litigation funding is interim financial support to plaintiffs in a pending lawsuit. Funding is based solely on the strength of the case; if the case is reviewed and appears to be winnable, the application will likely be approved with funds available within 24 – 48 hours. No money is owed until the case successfully settles at which time repayment is made from the proceeds of the case. If the plaintiff loses the case, repayment is waived completely.

The application process is quick and easy by phone or online because credit-worthiness and job history are not factors in our funding decision.

If you have filed, or plan to file, a medical malpractice lawsuit and are represented by an attorney, you may be eligible for medical malpractice litigation funding. For a free, no-obligation consultation or funding analysis, contact Litigation Funding online or by phone.

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Lawsuit Alleges Negligence In Deadly Crash Caused By Tractor-Trailer Driver

June 27, 2019

A Tennessee man has filed a $6 million lawsuit against a tractor-trailer company claiming general negligence.

On the morning of May 1, the plaintiff and his wife were approaching an intersection and the same time as the semi driver. The lawsuit alleges that the truck driver pulled into the intersection, blocking both lanes of the roadway, the shoulder, and half of the median, giving the couple no room or time to avoid a crash. The suit also alleges that the truck driver was traveling too fast when he attempted to make the turn. The female passenger died as a result of serious injuries sustained. The plaintiff suffered a broken hip, as well as multiple fractures to his right femur and ribs.

The lawsuit seeks damages for his injuries and the loss of his wife. The truck driver was cited on one count of failure to yield right of way resulting in death.

Often plaintiffs in situations like this are desperate for money to pay their bills and have little options available. Litigation funding is not only a viable option, but it is also risk-free.

Litigation funding is an advance on the expected settlement or verdict to help pay necessary bills and expenses and avoid being put in a position where he must take the first settlement offered. Applying for this lawsuit cash advance is relatively easy, with funds available within 48 hours or less. All it takes is a phone call or the completion of a short form online. There are no credit checks, and a plaintiff doesn’t need to have a job; all he needs is to have pending litigation. If the case is lost, the cash advance does not need to be repaid. He would keep the money, free of charge.

If you are the plaintiff in a pending personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit, you may wish to learn about litigation funding. Call Litigation Funding Corporation today to secure the outcome you deserve.

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Texas Nursing Home Resident Allegedly Beaten by Nursing Assistant

October 31, 2018

The family of a nursing home resident planned to celebrate their father’s 84th birthday, but when they arrived at the facility they found him beaten and bruised. Although staff said the cause was an incident with the man’s roommate, police believe the resident may have been beaten by a nursing assistant.

According to an investigation earlier this year by Texas Health and Human Services, 12 violations were cited at the nursing home — seven were “life safety violations,” and five were health violations where inspectors stated, “the facility did not protect each resident from all abuse, physical punishment, and being separated from others.” Several violations have allegedly yet to be remedied. The facility was also cited because it “failed to have written rules against mistreating, neglecting, and abusing residents, and mishandling residents’ property.”

The family may wish to seek compensation for their father’s injuries by filing a personal injury lawsuit. However, they may find that they are unable to cope financially while waiting out the litigation process against high-powered defendants. In that case, litigation funding may be a good option.

Litigation funding is a lawsuit cash advance for life needs when plaintiffs may not be able to find money elsewhere, such as family or friends or a traditional bank loan. It can mean the difference between paying the rent or facing eviction. A lawsuit cash advance can also level the playing field until justice is served.

A seriously injured plaintiff who has hired an attorney, and has a strong case with merit is eligible for litigation funding. Applying for a cash advance against a future settlement is fast and easy. There is no cost to apply and no up-front or out-of-pocket expenses. Litigation Funding Corporation will work with your attorney to review your case and reach a funding decision in less than 48 hours.

Pre-settlement funding, or a lawsuit loan, is a non-recourse cash advance tied to the personal injury claim. Repayment is only due once the case successfully settles. The attorney handles the repayment through the case proceeds. If there is no recovery, repayment of the lawsuit loan is completely waived, making it a virtually risk-free cash advance for the plaintiff.

If you have a personal injury case and questions regarding pre-settlement funding, call Litigation Funding Corporation, toll-free at 1-866-548-3863.

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Drug Manufacturer

September 28, 2018

A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against the makers of Prilosec, a proton pump inhibitor, in the death of a Texas man.

This case is one of 4,600 proton pump inhibitor lawsuits pending in the District of New Jersey alleging that the drug manufacturers concealed damaging side effects, including: end stage renal disease, acute kidney injury, chronic kidney disease and acute interstitial nephritis.

According to the complaint, the man used Prilosec for 22 years, from 1994 to 2016. The suit alleges that the long-term use of the drug resulted in end stage renal disease and subsequent death. The wife of the deceased man is seeking damages for fraudulent concealment, breach of warranty, strict product liability, failure to warn, negligent misrepresentation, design defect, fraud and fraudulent misrepresentation, negligence and negligence per se, as well as loss of consortium and wrongful death.

The plaintiff claims that the drug companies knew that long-term use of proton pump inhibitors could harm the kidneys and that such harm would have been averted had the manufacturers warned physicians and patients of the risks. Long-term use of proton pump inhibitors has also been linked to an increased risk for heart attacks, low magnesium levels, B12 deficiency, bone fractures and dementia.

Litigation Funding Corporation understands that the litigation process from a defective drug lawsuit can take years to settle, as it is very difficult to compete with a major pharmaceutical company that has all the time and money to wait. Victims often face financial hardship, leaving them at risk for bankruptcy or foreclosure.

However, with pre-settlement lawsuit funding, plaintiffs do not have to suffer financially. Lawsuit funding gives plaintiffs instant access to cash with no risk. We offer an easy online application with approvals often made within 24 – 48 hours of receiving pertinent case documentation from the plaintiff’s attorney. There are no credit checks, employment verification, or upfront fees of any kind. Funded plaintiffs only repay the cash advance once the case successfully settles. If the case is lost, the repayment obligation is completely waived.

If you have been injured or lost a loved one due to a defective drug and have a pending lawsuit with attorney representation, you are pre-qualified for litigation funding or a “lawsuit loan.” Call Litigation Funding Corporation to learn more and see if a lawsuit loan is best for your case.

Healthcare Clinic Sued in Several Wrongful Death Lawsuits Over Use of GranuFlo

August 31, 2018

The families of three patients who died of heart attacks in 2013 after dialysis treatments at their health clinic were awarded $383.5 million.

According to the families’ attorneys, the patients were treated with GranuFlo, a drug known to cause a toxic pH balance. The lawsuit alleged fraud and negligence in ignoring significant blood changes when patients returned for dialysis treatments and that the company hid the harmful effects of an acid concentrate used in dialysis. GranuFlo was recalled in 2012 by the USFDA.

Litigation Funding Corporation knows that the process of arriving at a settlement or concluding a jury trial involving a defective drug or medical product lawsuit may take years to settle. Major drug companies are reluctant to offer adequate settlements, and they can afford to take their time with a lawsuit. In the meantime, victims, and their families, of medical malpractice or defective drug may face financial difficulties that could end in foreclosure or bankruptcy. Litigation Funding Corporation can provide a “lawsuit loan” or pre-settlement funding so victims can focus on recovery.

Pre-settlement funding allows plaintiffs instant access to cash with no risk. The online application process is easy and approvals are often made within 24 – 48 hours after Litigation Funding receives relevant case documentation from the plaintiff’s lawyer. There are no upfront fees, no credit checks and employment verification is not required. If the case does not win, repayment of the cash advance is totally forgiven.

Were you seriously injured and now facing a pending lawsuit? Do you feel that lawsuit funding could help you financially? Call Litigation Funding Corporation at 1-866-548-3863. We are ready to assist you with fast and hassle-free lawsuit funding.

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