The Cost of Taking a Personal Injury Lawsuit to Trial

Staff Writer | October 24th, 2017

The cost of litigation is highest in the roughly 10% of civil cases that go to trial, but a significant portion of the costs are incurred before that point, often in the preparation in the final weeks leading up to trial. As litigation costs rise, it often pressures personal injury victims to take an offer for less than the case… Read more »

How Litigation Funding Helps Victims of Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries

Sarah May | February 22nd, 2017

With regard to the potential long-term impact on those who experience them, few injury types are more profound than spinal cord damage and brain-related traumas. The lasting disability and impairment that can result from tragedies of this nature cannot be overstated, and the ramifications for entire families are often difficult to overcome. While the legal system does afford victims the… Read more »

Payouts Pending, Transvaginal Mesh Settlement Loan Can Help

Whitney Taylor | July 31st, 2014

Transvaginal mesh litigation has been steadily growing across the country, involving multiple manufacturers and thousands of plaintiffs. For some stuck in legal limbo, a transvaginal mesh settlement loan may help tide them over financially until their case goes to court or reaches a settlement. Transvaginal mesh was originally designed to treat stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and pelvic organ prolapse (POP)…. Read more »