How Roundup Cancer Plaintiffs Can Get a Pre-Settlement Cash Advance

Jacky Gale | September 7th, 2018

More than 8,000 lawsuits have been filed against Monsanto regarding the alleged carcinogenic nature of its Roundup weed killer. Recently, a California jury found in favor of a plaintiff who had applied the herbicide for years in his duties as a groundskeeper. He subsequently developed terminal non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. The jury awarded the plaintiff, Dwayne Johnson, $39 million in compensatory damages… Read more »

Involved in an Auto Accident Case? Obtain Funding With a Legal Loan

Ryan Green | June 13th, 2018

Over 2 million Americans suffer injuries each year from vehicle crashes. Nationwide, there are over 32,000 fatalities due to car crashes every year. People injured in car crashes can suffer multiple injuries whose effects can be life-long. Some, such as paralysis or head injury, can be catastrophic, requiring medical care and attendance for the rest of the victims’ lives. Injuries… Read more »

Filing an Eliquis Lawsuit? Here’s Why You Need to Consider Legal Loans

Jacky Gale | March 13th, 2017

A growing number of product liability lawsuits are being filed against Bristol-Myers Squibb Company and Pfizer, the makers of Eliquis. This prescription medication is a newer generation of blood-thinners, which are collectively known as factor xa medications. Some patients have alleged that the defendants failed to warn consumers and doctors about the risks of potentially deadly bleeding. Unlike warfarin—the gold… Read more »

Waiting for a Morcellator Cancer Settlement? Legal Loans Can Help

Jenn Fusion | February 24th, 2016

It can take a year for a lawsuit to reach settlement or to have its day in court – and even longer for the money to reach the plaintiff’s bank account. When the lawsuit is filed over a power morcellation device causing uterine cancer, every day and every dollar counts. According to the National Cancer Institute, the initial cost of… Read more »

McNeil to Pay $25M over Contaminated Childrens’ Tylenol

Ava Lawson | April 3rd, 2015

McNeil Consumer Healthcare has agreed to pay a $25 million settlement to resolve claims that it knowingly sold Children’s Tylenol and Children’s Motrin that were contaminated with metal. During the manufacturing process at the company’s Fort Washington plant, the medicines were tainted with particles of nickel, iron and chromium, according to prosecutors. Authorities say the Johnson & Johnson subsidiary was… Read more »