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 »

The High Cost of Traumatic Brain Injuries

Jacky Gale | January 17th, 2018

Few injuries are quite as terrifying as severe head trauma. The sensory deficits, the memory loss, and even personality changes that can result from a severe brain injury can permanently change a family. Adding to the distress is the financial difficulty caused by serious medical problems. Not every traumatic brain injury is caused by the negligence or recklessness of another… Read more »

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 »

Advantages Afforded by Xarelto Lawsuit Funding

Stephanie Reid | September 11th, 2014

The term “perfect storm” is defined by Merriam-Webster to mean “a critical or disastrous situation created by a powerful concurrence of factors.” In other words, a massive onslaught of bad luck – with no end in sight. For victims of the blood thinning drug Xarelto, the perfect storm of poor health, life-threatening medical events, missed time from work, medical bills,… Read more »

Talc Powder Lawsuit Loans for Ovarian Cancer Victims

Laura Woods | July 6th, 2014

Women using popular products such as Johnson’s Baby Powder and Shower-to-Shower may have an increased risk of developing ovarian cancer. The products, commonly used on babies’ bottoms and for feminine hygiene, contain a talc powder that is a known carcinogen, according to a lawsuit recently filed by a woman in St. Clair County Circuit Court. According to the complaint, the… Read more »