Slip & Fall Settlement Funding Can Lessen the Financial Burden Post-Accident

Stephanie Reid | July 10th, 2015

Slip and fall accidents often seem benign at first, maybe resulting in a sore back or stiff neck for a few days. However, the true effects of a slip and fall often remain untold for days or weeks to come – until it becomes apparent that serious musculoskeletal damage has occurred, possibly requiring invasive surgery or intensive rehabilitation. If the… Read more »

Injured by Yaz or Yasmin Birth Control? A Yaz Lawsuit Loan Can Help!

Stephanie Reid | August 15th, 2014

The well-known birth control pills known as Yaz and Yasmin are continuing to cause injury and worry in women across the United States. These pills, once touted as a surefire method of both preventing pregnancy and treating the difficult hormonal imbalances inherent in the menstrual cycle, are now known more prevalently as potentially deadly – causing such symptoms as blood… Read more »

Stryker Hip Settlements May Exceed $1 Billion

Ava Lawson | November 7th, 2013

Before the Stryker hip recall of 2012, more than 20,000 patients were implanted with the Rejuvenate and/or ABG II hip replacement systems. Many of these recipients went on to suffer painful complications caused by metallosis (blood metal poisoning) – a common problem with metal-on-metal hip prosthetics. Litigation over Stryker hip injuries has continued to swell over the past 12 months,… Read more »

Bard Settles Second Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit

Jenn Fusion | October 3rd, 2013

C.R. Bard has agreed to settle another transvaginal mesh lawsuit out of court, according to Bloomberg News. The claim brought on by Melanie Virgil, a 56-year-old junior high school music teacher from Colorado, was set to go before a New Jersey jury early next week. However, the manufacturer of the Avaulta Plus vaginal mesh decided to settle for an undisclosed… Read more »

Benefits of Personal Injury Lawsuit Loans

Whitney Taylor | September 12th, 2013

Personal injury lawsuit loans help ease some of the financial strain plaintiffs have to cope with as their cases are being litigated. Injuries incurred can result in mounting medical bills and lost wages that can make it difficult for a plaintiff to focus on his case or on his healing. Lawsuit advance funding provides the much needed cash when the… Read more »