At Baker Street Funding, we provide financial solutions for uninsured/under-insured plaintiffs in need of surgery as a result of an accident.
Baker Street Funding offers surgery funding for plaintiffs unable to afford medical procedures due to the privatization of health insurance or personal injury protection coverage. We put forth our best effort to bring them fast results.
Baker Street Funding is committed to ensuring personal injury patients have access to quality healthcare, and medical providers can be compensated quickly and fairly for the care they provide. Surgery financing works as well for attorneys as it does for plaintiffs in need of medical treatments and surgery because an attorney can then obtain a lien or a letter of protection post-operation. There is no risk for surgeons as they are directly paid in full pre-operation.
For a person stuck in a pending personal injury lawsuit, arranging finances to make ends meet can be distressing. Legal funding programs exist to help them meet their regular household expenditures. In cases where a plaintiff has suffered physical impairment or disability, the medical costs can be huge and hefty, further adding to their financial struggles. Medical care does not wait for your case to settle. Hence, treatment and care are required instantly in personal injury matters, and medical costs cannot be delayed until damages are awarded or a settlement is reached.
Surgery funding is needed when an uninsured or underinsured plaintiff requires a surgical procedure after an accident. By providing funding for necessary medical procedures, personal injury victims can get the urgent medical care they need and ensure they are compensated correctly for their injuries by the at-fault party’s insurer.
If a plaintiff requires a surgical procedure and does not have the proper insurance coverage, explore Baker Street Funding's medical funding solutions today.
To sponsor medical bills, the plaintiffs' health insurance, if any, can be utilized for the limited coverage allowed. If a person is entirely unable to finance their medical treatment, then a medical lien can be placed by the hospital on their personal injury lawsuit. Similar to other liens, a medical lien provides the hospital with the right over a specific portion of the compensation from your case. This may be in the form of a settlement or a jury award. However, a drawback with medical liens is the non-continuance nature of the surgical intervention. Once the hospital puts a lien on the plaintiff's personal injury lawsuit, it may refuse to provide any further treatment unless the lien is removed through the existing bills' settlement. This means a person who requires long-term treatment of its medical condition cannot seek the healthcare provider to place a lien upon its lawsuit compensations.
Medical lien funding programs can be of great relief to personal injury victims unable to get medical treatments. Like its larger counterpart lawsuit financing, medical lien funding is also a cash advance provided to doctors or medical providers in return for a portion of the settlement award. However, the fundamental difference exists at the receiving end of these cash advances. Our funding acts as a liaison between the plaintiff and its healthcare provider. The medical provider will not provide the treatment until they are paid in full. Baker Street Funding pays for all of the approved treatment or surgery needed until either of the following events happen: that the plaintiff completely recovers or that the lawsuit ends up in a settlement or jury award that will justify the approved dollar amount.
Medical lien financing is a perfect solution for plaintiffs who cannot afford immediate medical help after sustaining grave injuries. Even for victims having medical insurance, the coverage offered is often very limited, forcing them to pay out of their own pockets. On the other hand, medical lien funding companies do not have such financial restrictions on the essential medical treatments that can be undertaken.
Even hospitals are willing to provide all necessary medical procedures and treatments since the lien funding company will pay them in cash. A range of diagnostics, medications, observations, therapies, and surgeries can be undertaken by patients in return for a portion of the settlement payout, whenever it is reached. A medical lien option to finance surgical operations and surgery funding is an exceptional resort for plaintiffs with medical conditions and pending treatments.
We offer a single point-of-contact to streamline communications and help assist you in being a liaison for medical providers. All of our underwriters are former personal injury attorneys with extensive experience. They perform a quick review of the underlying facts surrounding the case and make a fast underwriting decision.
Medical lien funding carries a simple process consisting of the following:
Medical lien funding encompasses the same qualities of a typical lawsuit funding program. We pay off for the continued medical treatment that the plaintiff receives, knowing that the expenditure entails its risks. Suppose the lawsuit ends up with no settlement or jury award being granted. In that case, we lose our investment. We only recoup our money from the proceeds of the case once the personal injury lawsuit settles.
Work with us to tailor a custom financing solution by working with your client's healthcare provider to get the best medical and settlement results.
We help attorneys maximize their clients' settlement by giving plaintiffs much-needed liquidity, so they do not settle their case for less than they deserve. With a quick response time, we regularly help personal injury victims receive the medical care they need, ranging from minimally invasive surgeries to complex medical procedures that strengthen the personal injury case.
We help build valuable legal claims by reducing treatment gaps and providing essential financing for medical procedures, we do this by paying for procedures upfront and securing them on lien in order to serve your cash-strapped clients who wouldn’t receive adequate medical care as the result of a personal injury.
By working with medical providers nationwide we can offer direct payment for the medical services your client may need immediately through a proprietary medical lien and surgical financing underwriting process. This underwriting process ensures we can remain reduction-friendly and help strengthen the attorney-client relationship.
New York office: 77 Water Street, 7th Floor, New York, New York 10005, United States Florida office: 780 5th Ave. South, Suite # 200, Naples, Florida 34102
Direct office line for surgery funding requests: Mr. Daniel Digiaimo: (646) 828-7120
We provide medical funding for all types of procedures including, but not limited to: spinal surgery, hospital services, pain management, imaging/ diagnostic services, orthopedic surgery, and other specialized surgeries.
Types of Surgeries we typically fund: neck and back fusions, shoulder and knee surgery/arthroscopy, ankle surgery, cranial, and brain procedures, internal Procedures. Types of non-surgical procedures we typically fund: pain injections, broken bones, MRI’s, and X-Rays.
We typically fund procedures at the following types of providers; Physicians, Surgical Centers, Imaging Centers, Anesthesiologists, Home Health Care, Long Term Care, Hospitals, Private Surgeons.
Baker Street Funding is a Premier Legal Funding Firm designed to strategically connect select funding opportunities with our extensive network of sophisticated partners and staff. If your attorney has been retained on contingency and you have a strong liability claim against a properly insured defendant, you may qualify for a pre settlement advance; contact us to discuss your options. * The term lawsuit loans, lawsuit loan lenders, settlement advance loans, or lawsuit settlement loans may be used to refer to pre-settlement funding. Transactions facilitated by Baker Street Funding are not to be considered loans. These transactions are non-recourse financing agreements, which means that we are making an equity investment into your litigation. If you lose your case, you are under no legal obligation to repay your advance. The word loan is strictly used for marketing optimization purposes and for easier comprehension for prospective clients. Our client relationships are paramount to us, and we take the client education process very seriously. We provide legal funding and lawsuit cash advances in the following states, Baker Street Pre Settlement Funding is provided in the following states: Alabama, Alaska, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming. We are currently NOT funding worker's compensation. We offer attorney funding and law firm financing in every state of the United States.
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Baker Street Funding:
New York Office: 77 Water Street, 7TH floor, New York, NY 10005
Florida office: 780 5th Ave. South, Suite # 200, Naples, Florida 34102
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