Top 5 Reasons To Get a Legal Loan

Jacky Gale | May 17th, 2017

If you are a victim of medical malpractice, defective products, dangerous drugs, or a motor vehicle crash, filing a lawsuit can be a smart strategy for recouping your losses. After all, you shouldn’t have to pay for someone else’s mistakes. But there are many costs that plaintiffs often don’t consider before filing. It can be tough to stay afloat financially… Read more »

Benefits of Legal Loans for Medical Malpractice Plaintiffs

Ava Lawson | November 23rd, 2016

Unfortunately for those who have been injured or lost a loved one due to medical mistakes, healthcare providers and hospitals are well-armed to fight medical malpractice claims. What should be a simple, clear-cut case involving surgical errors or a doctor’s negligence can drag out for years in the legal system. If a plaintiff doesn’t have the economic means to pursue… Read more »

How Taxotere Legal Loans Can Help Bridge the Gap

Jacky Gale | July 27th, 2016

Drugs that are approved by the FDA must pass through rigorous testing and review processes before they are prescribed to patients. Clinical testing is supposed to ensure that pharmaceuticals will be both safe and effective for patients, but in many cases, it is discovered later on that a drug had undesirable or dangerous side effects. Such is the case with Taxotere (docetaxel),… 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 »

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Loans Offer Financial Relief

Sarah May | December 14th, 2015

When the negligence of another results in the death of a loved one, the emotional anguish can prove truly crippling. Often making matters worse is the tremendous financial pressure that quickly begins to mount when the deceased was a family’s primary or sole breadwinner. In the aftermath of such events, it is often wise to turn to the courts as… Read more »