Legal Loans Can Help Plaintiffs in Uloric Lawsuits

Staff Writer | July 19th, 2019
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A product liability lawsuit was filed against the makers of Uloric last month, alleging that the drug, prescribed for gout, caused a Vermont man to have a heart attack roughly two years after he began taking it. A rising number of similar complaints have been filed nationwide, alleging that if manufacturer Takeda Pharmaceuticals knew or should have known about the… Read more »

How Is a Settlement Paid Out?

Staff Writer | June 21st, 2019

If you have pursued a claim for personal injury and a settlement has been reached, you may be wondering how the settlement is paid out. How and when will you receive the money you are due for damages? Steps in the Payout Process If the defendant has settled before a lawsuit is filed, your attorney will receive a check and… Read more »

Can I Borrow Against My Structured Settlement?

Jacky Gale | June 4th, 2019

Structured settlements are financially beneficial for many people. They provide a steady stream of reliable income, made in small payments over time. But what if you suddenly hit a financial roadblock and you need more than your payments will provide? It can be frustrating to know that you have hundreds if not thousands owed to you, yet be unable to… Read more »

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 »