Can I Get Money Before My Settlement?

Staff Writer | April 12th, 2019

Most lawsuits to recover damages for personal injuries will not settle or go to trial until one to three years after they are filed. Lawstreet Capital Solutions offers an alternative that can get you money well before your case settles. We are an industry-leading lending organization that provides advances against lawsuit settlements. In most cases, you will have your funds… Read more »

Can You Get Two Pre-Settlement Loans?

Jacky Gale | March 13th, 2019

Plaintiffs may file similar types of lawsuits, but no two plaintiffs are alike. Every individual has a unique situation and unique financial needs. In some cases, a plaintiff might decide that the original pre-settlement loan isn’t sufficient to cover the family’s expenses while awaiting a favorable settlement or jury award. These plaintiffs might start thinking about getting a second pre-settlement… Read more »

Funding Your IVC Filter Lawsuit

Jacky Gale | February 22nd, 2019

Inferior vena cava (IVC) filters are small devices implanted in the vena cava for the purpose of capturing blood clots before they can reach the lungs. A blood clot in the lungs, known as a pulmonary embolism, is a life-threatening event. Unfortunately, a number of patients have experienced significant medical complications from IVC filters, which have given rise to product… Read more »

Who Pays for My Medical Bills After an Accident?

Jacky Gale | January 7th, 2019
An "Emergency" Sign in front of a hospital in the early evening

Did you know that unexpected medical bills are one of the most common reasons for filing for bankruptcy? You might think that the party who caused your accident is legally on the hook for paying your medical bills. But it’s an unfortunate fact that accident victims are responsible for paying their own medical expenses as they are incurred. Insurance reimbursement… Read more »

Challenges and Solutions for Plaintiffs After Amputation

Jacky Gale | December 12th, 2018

The loss of a limb is something incomprehensible to people who have not experienced it. In the coming days and months, you’ll receive plenty of advice from doctors, therapists, and loved ones. But some of the most valuable guidance comes from other amputees who truly do know what you’re going through and what might help you deal with it. Go… Read more »