Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Funding

Settlement Loans or Pre-Settlement Funding?

Medical Malpractice Pre-Settlement Funding

Millions of people are injured during the course of medical treatment every year. When you are injured and as a result, involved in medical malpractice litigation, you may have to wait a long time to see a settlement on your claim. The average time to settle a medical malpractice claim is 19 months, and cases that go to trial normally take around 43 months when the verdict is in favor of the plaintiff. That amount of time is too long for people whose lives have been disrupted by medical errors and injuries. With medical malpractice injury pre-settlement funding we can make sure you have the money you need without waiting for a settlement, or favorable verdict and get back to living your life.

Medical Malpractice Pre-Settlement Funding Injuries Reality Check:

There are more than 400,000 deaths and injuries caused each year by preventable conduct by medical professionals. One study found that serious, non-fatal, harm was up to 20 times as common. This means that millions of patients are left injured each year at the hands of the very medical practitioners they trusted to help them. Because attorneys working for big insurers get paid to keep claims to a minimum, being injured is only the beginning of a long process when it comes to medical malpractice lawsuits. The long and arduous wait to receive fair compensation for your injury can become a personal financial struggle. With malpractice pre-settlement funding, you can access money you need until your claim is paid.

How Does it Work?

This type of non-recourse funding is never repaid until you win your case. To apply, you simply provide the details of your case and your attorney's contact information to our caring and compassionate team for claim evaluation. Once approved, your funds are deliverable almost immediately, and your attorney repays the advance when your settlement award arrives. The process is simple and easy. If your case is not settled in your favor, you pay nothing.        


Malpractice Pre-Settlement Funding